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posted by vanessa .
how do you find the surface area and volume?
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if Troy decides to give to give onefourth of his Baseball cards to his brother and onesixth of his Baseball cards to his cousin, what fraction of his cards will he have left?

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sorry it is a question not a answer but can you help me with it

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