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a basket of fruit has 3 apples, 2 pears, and 4 bananas. what fraction of the fruit are bananas?

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  1. 4/9

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  2. Total of fruits: 9 (the denominator)
    Bananas: 4 out of the 9 total fruits (the numerator)
    4/9 of the fruit basket are bananas. :)

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