6 friends want to share two cookies how much for each friend get?

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Feb 5, 2018

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#1/3# of each cookie.

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If you split each cookie into #3# parts, you then have #6# parts. If you have #6# friends and six parts, each friend gets #1/6# of the total no. of parts, or #1/3# of each cookie.

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Feb 4, 2018

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1/3 oF a cookie

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let cookies be the numerator
let friends be the denominator
so the fraction is

# 2/6 # dividing the numerator and denominator by 2 gives

# (2/2)/(6/2) = 1/3#

Each friends gets only 1/3 of a cookie.

I hope the cookies are really really large.

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