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If Jason spends 2 two-thirds hours more at the camp, he will complete 7 hours of camp counseling. How many hours has he worked as a counselor so far?

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  1. x + 2/3 = 7
    x = 7 - 2/3 = 6 1/3

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  2. Cream

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  3. Rlly 🙄🙄

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  4. i dont get the question ☻
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  5. so you subtract 7- 2 2/3 and you get 4 1/3 so there is your answer jason worked 4 1/3 hours

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  6. just need to check my answer😁

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  7. i just gave a creampie boiz

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  8. @Yeah boiz this is a children's site to help give answers. Dont be innopropriate or im pretty sure you will be blocked off of the site.

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  9. Thank you for the help @Youmadbro and @yeah boiz @Lucky Clovers is right don't be putting that on a kids website there are websites for that so go over there with your nasty self @Youmadbro thank you again and @Lucky Clovers Hiiiiiii how are you I hope you are doing good :)

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  10. The answer is 4 1/3.. and if u have to write more then just use what @youmadbro :( :) answer. It’s right anyways.

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