Identify the shaded and unshaded parts of a whole.
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The candy bar below is broken into equal-sized pieces, some of which have been eaten.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Mario has a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for school lunch every day. He always cuts his sandwich into four equal pieces. He eats three pieces during lunch and saves the rest for after school.
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For each model below, write fractions that represent (i) the shaded parts, (ii) the unshaded parts, and (iii) the whole.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.There are __________ sixths in 1 whole.
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