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a rectangle is 1/2 red and 1/3 blue. Also it has one green tile and one yellow tile. What would the rectangle look like? What fractional part is green? Yellow?

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    since it has 2 tiles not red or blue, and that is 1/6, the rectangle has 12 tiles.

    So, there are 6 red tiles and 4 blue tiles. Arrange them as you will.

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