# Math

Twelve students half bikes. Half of the bikes ate black and one-sixth are silver. The rest of the bikes are other colors.
How many bikes are black?
silver?
other colors?

I drew twelve bikes, colored six in for the half, colored one for the one-sixth, and the rest I assumed were the other color bikes.
Please just prove my answer right, thanks.

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1. Only the first one is right.

Black = 12/2 = 6

Silver = 12/6 ≠ 1

Other = 12 - 12/6 - 12/2 = ?

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