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There are 20 sweets in a packet. How many are there in 1/4 a packet?
5 sweets in ¼ of a packet.
A fish is 15cm long. The tail is ⅕ of the fish. How long is the tail?
The tail is 3 cm long.
There are 18 slices of ham in a packet. Mum uses 1/6 to make the lunch, how much is left?
She there 3 slices of ham left.
Mrs Carter gets 30 new books. She lends 1/3 of them to Miss Young. How many books does she lend to Miss Young?
She sent 10 books to Miss Young.
There were 35 people waiting for their turn on the Ferris Wheel. ⅕ got sick of waiting and left. How many are still waiting?
There are 7 people still waiting.
There are 24 students in the class. Only ¾ have brought their permission slips back. How many have brought their permission slips back?
6 people have bought there
There are 45 biscuits in the packet. ⅖ of them are broken. How many are broken?
There are 9 biscuits broken.