Math- 5th grade

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Shauna baked bread rolls to sell at a school fair. 2/5 of the rolls were chocolate rolls, 1/3 were raisin rolls, 1/4 of the remainder were strawberry rolls, and the rest were vanilla rolls. What fraction of the rolls were vanilla rolls?

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    Thanks Tony, but the answer is supposed to be 1/5 on this one. Again, Singapore math makes no sense to me! I will ask the teacher...

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    Unscramble bowaerrd

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