# Jane had a bottle filled with juice. At first, Jane drank 1/5 the 1/4, followed by 1/3. Jane checked how much juice was left in the bottle: there was 2/3 of a cup left. How much juice was in the bottle originally?

Bottle originally had

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Based on the stated assumption:

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Consider the denominators. I chose to do it this way:

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Jane originally had 4 cups of juice in the bottle.

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