# Cupcakes

In a bowl was some cupcakes. Janka ate one third and Danka ate one quarter of cupcakes.

a) How many of cookies ate together?

b) How many cookies remain in a bowl?

Write the results as a decimal number and in notepad also as a fraction.

a) How many of cookies ate together?

b) How many cookies remain in a bowl?

Write the results as a decimal number and in notepad also as a fraction.

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