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Red 20
orange 20
yellow 17
green 13
purple 10

Of the Skittles Becky saved, she kept all of the green and 1/2 of the orange. What fraction of the yellow Skittles did she eat?

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    Total = 80

    80 - 13 - (1/2)20 = ?

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    Looks to me like she ate them all, since she only kept green and orange.

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