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MEDALS WON BY THE OLYMPIC US IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES.
TOTAL=2407 GOLD=974 SILVER=772 BRONZE=661
FRACTION FOR GOLD IS 974 OVER 2407
FRACTION FOR SILVER AND BRONZE PUT TOGETHER IS 1433 OVER 2407
HERE IS THE QUESTON!!!
LOOK AT THE FRACTON ABOVE. WHAT IS THEIR SUM AND HOW CAN YOU USE THEIR SUM TO CHECK THAT THE FRACTIONS ABOVE ARE CORRECT???
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