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Write 8 fractions equal to one-half (not including one-half) using only the digits 0, 1, 2 and 5. Each digit may be used more than once, but you may not use decimal points or arithmatic operatons. Numerators cannot be larger than 100. You may not use negative numbers.

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    Here's a start --
    5/10
    50/100
    10/20

    I'm sure you can think of several other fractions.

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