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A mixed number is shown graphically. Name the mixed number!
Count the circles that are filled completely and write the number in the field whole number. After that count how many parts there are in total and write the number in the field denominator. Then count how many parts are colored and write this number in the field counter.
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Step 1: Determine the whole number
Count how many circles are colored completely and write this number into the whole number.There are 2 circles completely colored.
Whole Number: 2
Step 2: Determine the numerator
Count how many parts are colored and write this number into the numerator.There are 4 parts colored.
Step 3: Determine the denominator
Count how many parts there are in total and write this number into the denominator.In total there are 8 parts.
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