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On a number line, a < b < c < d. The distance from a to b is 1⁄4 of

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On a number line, a < b < c < d. The distance from a to b is 1⁄4 of the distance from b to d. The distance from a to c is 3 times the distance from c to d. What is the value of
b - a⁄c - a?

A) 3⁄20
B) 1⁄5
C) 4⁄15
D) 7⁄20
E) 3⁄5

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