There are 8 students who have 3/4 of a cake they want to share. How much of the cake will each student eat if that split it evenly

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  2. Since there are eight students, they can only each get 1/8 of the cake. However, since there is only 3/4 of the cake left, you just multiply the numbers. (1/8)(3/4) = 3/32

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