4th grade math

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Mario cut a pizza into 9 equal slices. He put a slice on each of 5 plates. What is the measure for the angle of the slices that are left?

  1. bobpursley

    must be 4/9 of a circle left, or in degrees, 4/9 * 360

  2. sophia

    360 degrees

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