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# A Bowl of Fruit

In total, what fraction of the fruit in the bowl are oranges, pears and bananas?

How many pieces of fruit which are not apples are there altogether?

In the second part of the problem, what fraction of the fruit in the bowl are bananas, pears and plums?

How many bananas, pears and plums are there altogether?

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In total, what fraction of the fruit in the bowl are oranges, pears and bananas?

How many pieces of fruit which are not apples are there altogether?

In the second part of the problem, what fraction of the fruit in the bowl are bananas, pears and plums?

How many bananas, pears and plums are there altogether?

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