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Mario was visiting the carnival when he noticed a few number relationships. He made them into brainteasers for you.

  1. If three tenths of the visitors were adults and there were visitors, how many visitors were adults?

    Ten  circles with 3 circles shaded.

    If the shaded circles represent the fraction of adults, how many adults were present at the carnival?

    Each circle is representative of visitors.

    There were adults at the carnival.

  2. Five eighths of the prizes at the Giant Spin were dolls. If there were prizes, how many prizes were not dolls?

    Eight squares with 5 squares shaded.

    If the shaded boxes represent the fraction of prizes that were dolls, what fraction of the prizes were not dolls?

    If there were total prizes, how many prizes does each square represent?