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There are 16 tulips in the garden 1/4 of the tulips are red.
How many tulips are red?

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    I'm pretty sure its 4

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    Yep.

    1/4 * 16 = 16/4 = 4

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    Thats so eaaasssy ..... 4 obviously . How old are you ?

  • mrs johair -

    yughy9iujk

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    ?

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    If there 16 tulips are red 4 of them are red what fraction of the tulips are red

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