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maria has a slice of pizza that is 1/6 of the pizza. Ben has a slice of pizza that is 1/3 of the pizza. Maria's slice is bigger. Draw pizzas to show how this is possible.

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Ms. Sue
Maria's pizza is much larger than Ben's.

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bobpursley
Yep, Ben has a personal pizza, and Maria has a Larger Large from the Meal deal.
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