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Mathematics , 08.06.2020 05:10

There is a package of crackers on a table. There are twelve crackers in the package. Riley wants to eat two-fourths of the package. Scarlett wants to eat thirteen-twelfths of the package. Riley says Scarlett cannot eat thirteen-twelfths of the package. Is Riley correct? Use words, numbers, and pictures to support your answer.

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