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Ms. shoemaker has 35 students in her classroom. Of those students 6/7 are right handed and 4/5 of te right handed students have brown eyes. How many right handed brown eyed students are in the class.

(6/7) * (4/5) * (35/1) = ?

35

I mean 24

No. 35 can't be right. That's the total number of students in the classroom.
(6/7) * (4/5) * (35/1) = 
Yes. 24 is correct.

6/7 * 35/1 = 210/7=30 right handed students
4/5 * 30/1 = 120/5 = 24 righthanded brown eyed students 
24
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