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The owner of the skating rink observed that 1/5 of the people at the rink were wearing blue skates and 2/3 of the people there were wearing black skates. What fraction of the skaters were wearing either blue or black skates?. 13/15 . At camp, 3/7 of Curt’s cabin wanted

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