A jar is filled with green, yellow and orange marbles. If 1/4 of the marbles are green and 2/7 are yellow. What fraction of the marbles are orange?
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Find the common denominator of the two which in this case, would be 28. Then multiply the top by the other denominator.



Add those together and you get 15/28. Subtract 28-15 to find 13.

So, 13/28 are orange marbles

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