# math

mary has 12 marbles. 3/12 of the marbles are yellow and 2/12 of the marbles are blue.the rest of the marbles are green. how many marbles are green and explain how you know

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1. 12/12 - (3/12 + 2/12)
12/12 - 5/12
= 7/12
therefore there are 7 green marbles

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2. thank you!

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4. * :)

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5. Mary has 12 marbles.3/12 of the marbles are yellow and 2/12 of the marbles are blue. The rest of the marbles are green. How many marbles are green? Explain your answer.

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