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mary and tom jointly buy the vanillachocolate cake for $20. Suppose that Mary values vanilla cake four times more than she values chocolate cake. Find the dollar value to Mary of each of the following pieces of the cake:
a. the vanilla half of the cake
b. the chocolate half of the cake
c. the 75 degree slice of vanilla cake
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