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half of a strawberry crop was ruined by a sudden frost. About one-quarter of the undamaged fruit spoiled while being hauled to market. How much of the original strawberry crop could the farmer sell at the produce market

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    So 1/2 went to market
    of that 1/4 spoiled, leaving
    (3/4) of the (1/2) or 3/8 of the original crop

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