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a park has 4 hiking trails. trails A and B go from the lodge to the dock. trail A is 1/2 mile long, and trail B is 2/3 mile long. trails C and D go from the dock to the park entrance. Trail C is 1/4 mile long, and trail D is 1/3 mile long. Draw a picture of the possible trails. how long is each possible hike from the lodge to the dock and to the park entrance?

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    Draw the picture.

    how long is A+C
    how long is A+D
    how long is B+C
    how long is B+D

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    30% vailla 40% chocalate 25% strawberry and 5% other. so if there is 20 people in the calss then how many people prefer vanilla?

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