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The sum of two fractions is 1. If one of them is 3/8 greater than the other, what are the two fractions?

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    Let x = first fraction

    Let x + 3/8 = second fraction

    Equation:

    x + x + 3/8 = 1

    2x + 3/8 = 1

    Solve for x.

    Make sure you list both fractions!

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