Jordan wants to bring in cookie cakes to share with his 23 classmates for his birthday. His mom is willing to buy no more than 6 cookie cakes and Jordan must share the cakes equally between his classmates (and himself). Answer the questions to help Jordan decide how many cakes to ask for. Use a model and an equation to support each question. If Jordan asks his mom for one cookie cake, what fraction of the cake will each classmate get?

Correct answer:

f =  0.25

Step-by-step explanation:

n=23+1=24 0<c<7 6=23 24=233 GCD(6,24)=23=6  c=GCD(6,n)=GCD(6,24)=6  f=cn=624=14=0.25

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