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    in the drawing one circle represents 1 whole which amount does not represent the sum of the two shaded parts

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    There's some information missing here, like how big are the two shaded parts; and are they as big as the circle ? What shape are the shaded parts. Are they in the circle ? How many parts are shaded?  If this is actually a question in your math book, no wonder I didn't do well at math.

    Please include the circles. Copy them into your question.  



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