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After a birthday party, 2/3 of a cake is left over. The remaining cake is split into 4 equal pieces. What fraction of the original cake is each piece?

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  1. (2/3) / 4 =
    (2/3) * (1/4) = 2/12 = 1/6

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  2. Thanks Ms.Sue

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  3. You're welcome, Amy.

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  4. You have half a cake left after a party, and you want to split it into 4 pieces. What fraction of the original cake is each slice?

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