# Adeline

Adeline helped her mother make 7/9 liters of lemonade to treat their guests. She poured the lemonade into cups. Each cup had a capacity of 1/6 liters. She filled some cups entirely except for 1 cup. How much was lemonade in the cup that was not filled?

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