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creeperhug1441

  • one year ago

Find the fractional part of the bag of candy for each color in the bag. Write each fractional part in simplest form. Compare fractional parts. Link Below VV http://www.clipular.com/c?2103452=v--qHRlIkNv3xKq_DnfwA0rdiYo

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  1. eohjelle
    • one year ago
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    What is a fractional part?

  2. kelliegirl33
    • one year ago
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    5 reds, 12 blues, 10 browns, 7 yellows, 9 greens, 13 tan = 56 pieces of candy. The red candy makes up 5/56 The blue candy makes up 12/56 = 6/28 = 3/14 The brown candy makes up 10/56 = 5/28 The yellow candy makes up 7/56 = 1/8 The green candy makes up 9/56 The tan candy makes up 13/56 check...5/56 + 12/56 + 10/56 + 7/56 + 9/56 + 13/56 = 56/56 = 1 bag of candy. I really hope I counted right...lol

  3. creeperhug1441
    • one year ago
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    thank you ;D

  4. kelliegirl33
    • one year ago
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    your welcome :)

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