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Please rephrase this question. It sounds like you are saying that 13 = 1 in a jar then how many in a jar? and that doesn't make sense.

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There has to be 12 marbles in the group. If 4 are red that is 1/3 of 12 and if 3 are blue that is 1/4 of 12. The rest can be any color. That is how you explain how four red marbles can make up 1/3 of a group of marbles and three blue marbles make up 1/4 of the same group :)

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Bars of WHAT .

Fill up 3 cup jar and pour into the 5 cup jar. Fill the 3 cup jar once more. Pour from the 3 cup jar in order to fill up the 5 cup jar. There will be 1 cup remaining in the 3 cup jar. Pour the contents of the 5 cup jar into the stock bottle and pour the contents of the 3 cup jar into the 5 cup jar (1 cup). Fill up the 3 cup jar once more then add it to the contents of the 5 cup jar to have a total volume of 4 cups in the 5 cup jar.

1 liter = 1000 ml 1 ml = 0.001 L

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This isn't as easy as finding density and volume etc. You need to get some marbles, Count how many will fill a pint jar. Multiply this by 8. The marbles will create empty spaces between themselves depending on the size of the marbles. Small, med, large? And each size creates different amounts of empty space between them. So the only way is like I outlined above.

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There has to be 12 marbles in the group. If 4 are red that is 1/3 of 12 and if 3 are blue that is 1/4 of 12. The rest can be any color. That is how you explain how four red marbles can make up 1/3 of a group of marbles and three blue marbles make up 1/4 of the same group :)

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