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Teacher Rem bought 360 pieces of cupcakes for the outreach program of their school. 5/9 of the cupcakes were a chocolate flavor, 1/4 were a pandan flavor, and the rest were a vanilla flavor. How much more pandan flavor cupcakes than vanilla flavor?

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It should say "how many more PANDAN cupcakes are there than vanilla", not chocolate.

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