# OTZ:SAT Question of the Day for Brady

I could not copy and paste this. Retyped with a / between the
fractions. The dot between the fractions should be waist high, not on
the ground. That means "times" .....right? :)

Read the following SAT test question, then click on a button to select

1/2 . 2/3 . 3/4 . 4/5 . 5/6 . 6/7 =

A. 1/7

B. 3/7

C. 21/27

D. 6/7

E. 7/8
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