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1/10+1/4+1/5+2/15
1/10+1/4+1/5+2/15 is equal to 41/60.
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User: A family spends 1/10 of its annual income for housing, 1/4 for food and clothing, 1/5 for general expenses, and 2/15 for entertainment. What fractional part of their income is spent on these items altogether?

User: 1/10+1/4+1/5+2/15

Weegy: 1/10+1/4+1/5+2/15 is equal to 41/60.
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