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There are 4 sixpacks of soda in a case. Chris bought 1/2 of a case and gave 1/3 of what he had to Dana. How many cans of soda does Chris have left?
Could you help me with this problem, please? Thanks..

Think it through.
Half a case has two six packs in it, and that means 12 cans. Chris gives 1/3 of his 12 cans to Dana, which means he gave away 4.
What is 12 minus 4?
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