Elementary Math
posted by Amber1 .
If a class choose these color
RED 2/16
Blue 5/16
Green 3/16
What fraction of the class chooses one of these three colors?
Am I correct if I said 5/16 of the class chooses one of these three colors?

No.
2/16 + 5/16 + 3/16 = 10/16 = 5/8
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