MEP Book 3a
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Each of the following shapes has a half, a quarter, or an eighth of it shaded.
Work out what fraction is shaded in each one and select it from the list below the shape.
(a) It takes minutes to boil an egg.
How long will it take to boil eggs?
It will take minutes.
(b) There are sisters in a family. Each of them has one brother
How many children are in this family?
There are children.

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