Posted by **Maria** on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 at 3:41pm.

One can think of "a out of b" without actually removing the pieces. For example, one might think of the fraction of Xs in the diagram X X O O O as "two Xs out of five objects," in which case 2/5 of the objects are Xs. Can you apply this way of thinking to the fraction 6/5

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