Pizzas

Billy ate 1 1/4 pizzas and John ate 1 2/3 pizzas. How much more pizza did John eat than Billy?

Correct answer:

x =  0.4167

Step-by-step explanation:

B=114=1+14=1 4+14=54=1.25 J=123=1+23=1 3+23=531.6667  x=JB=1.66671.25=512=0.4167



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