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Larry & Willa are each reading the same book. Larry has read 2/3 of the book. Willa said that she has read 4//6 of the book, so she read more. Is Willa correct? Explain?

I hope Larry and Willa are better at reading than at math. Aren't 2/3 and 4/6 the same thing??

Ok same problem too from 2015 sorry
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