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taylor baked a cake to serve after dinner.
suppose she cut the cake into 8 equal size pieces and 6 people ate all the pieces. explain how they could have didided the pieces so that everyone ate the same amount of cake. you may show you work in a drawing.

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asked by renan
  1. 8/6 = 1 1/3 Slice per person.

    So you give each person 1 slice. Then,
    cut each of the remaining 2 slices into 3 pieces. Then give each person 1 piece.

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    posted by Henry
  2. The problem is how the question is worded is not physically possible to do with 1 cake and 8 EQUAL pieces. Stupid common core math is ridiculous.

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    posted by Anon
  3. Guh

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  4. Fdzrzdz

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  5. U suk

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    posted by Auleta
  6. I don’t frickin know. Figure it out yourself.

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