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Six hundred people came to the band concert that was held on the school's athletic field. half of the people sat in the bleachers. one third of the people sat in chairs on the track. the rest of the people sat on the grass. How many sat on the grass? In chairs? In the bleachers?

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600 * 1/2 = _____________ in bleachers

600 * 1/3 = _____________ in chairs

Subtract the total in bleachers and chairs from 600 to find the number that sat on the grass.

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300 in bleachers.
200 in chairs.
100 in grass.

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Right.

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Thanks Ms.Sue ☺

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You're welcome.

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