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Q: What is the sum of 2/5 and 2/4? A. 9/10 B. 6/7 C. 10/20 D. 8/20
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User: What is the sum of 2/5 and 2/4? A. 9/10 B. 6/7 C. 10/20 D. 8/20

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2/5 + 2/4 = 8/20 + 10/20 = 18/20 = 9/10. The answer is A. 9/10.
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