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posted by Debbie K .
Lori has 3 red balloons, 1 white balloon, and 6 blue balloons. Which balloon color is 3/4 of the group?
a. white
b. blue
c. green
d. red

None. Also, there is no green, unless you have typos.
red = 3/10
white = 1/10
blue = 6/10
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