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Im sooo confused!! can someone please help me step by step??

In a 4- team tournament, the winner gets 1/2 of the proceeds, the second-place team gets 1/4 of the proceeds, and the remaining proceeds are shared equally among the other two teams. Write the expression that shows what portion of the procedds p each team will receive.

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    Im not an expert on this but i kinda get. i don't want to give you a wrong answer. does anyone elso know how to do this

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