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The clementine had 12 sections. Noah at 3/4 of them. How many sections are left?

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    Solution: 12 - 3/4

    Answer: 11 1/4

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    12 - 3/4

    12/1 - 3/4

    12*4/1*4 - 3/4

    48/4 - 3/4


    Answer: 11 1/4

  • Math -

    This should be 3/4 of 12

    or 3/4 times 12 = 9 sections

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