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Amy, Beth , Gretchen and Deb each had a 2 large chocolate bars. Each chocolate bar was the same size. Here is what each girl ate:

Amy :8/6 of her chocolate bars
Beth : 1 1/6 of her chocolate bar
Katie: 9/6 of her chocolate bars
Gretchen: 1 5/6 of her chocolate bars
Deb: 1 3/6 of her chocolate bars

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  1. And your question is?

  2. How much did each girl eat?

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  3. How could you show how many chocolate bars were eaten in total?

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  4. Add the fractions and subtract from 8.

  5. That worked! Thank you!

    Now hiw do I find out how much chocolate remains?

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  6. Subtract the total eaten from 8.

  7. Duh! Thank you again!

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  8. You're very welcome, Ambie.

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