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. A farmer will divide a 1/2-acre plot of land into three equal-sized sections. What will be the size of each section?

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  1. (1/2)/3 = 1/2*3 = 1/6.

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  2. 1/6 isn't a answer
    ;c

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  3. nevermind

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