5th grade math

Edna baked cookies. She ate 1/5 of the cookies and gave 1/3 of the cookies to Patty. What fraction of Edna's cookies are left?

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  1. 1/5 = 3/15
    1/3 = 5/15

    (15/15) - (3/15) - (5/15) = ?

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