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4 loaves of bread cit into 10 slices. 18 people eat 2 slices. What is the fraction that shows how much bread was eaten

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    4*10=40 slices of bread.
    18 ppl eat 2 slices each, making 36 eaten
    36/40 slices were eaten

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