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Ok whats your problem?

6th gade..loser

go to hell oc97

Just ignore them what's your fraction problem

IF YOUR GONNA TALK TO ME YOUR GONNA TALK TO ME WITH SENSE

is hell fun?

i can help

Do you have a problem with fractions that I can help you with or not?

i thought i typed it sorry ill retype

I HAVE TWO THIRDS PLUS FIVE SIXTHS AND I GOTTA SHOW ALL MY WORK

ok so does it look like this:
2/3+5/6

yes

ummmmm 18

so now you can add them

we have to change it to a mixed numba

Now take 2/3
3*2=6
2*2=4
your fraction should now look like this 4/6

huh? u lost me sorry

Your equation looks like this now:
4/6+5/6
simply add the numerators together
4+5=9/6

so either 9/6 or 1(1/2) is your answer

how does it become 4/6 thts my only other q

ok i get it

You sure?

WAIT WE HAVE TO CHANGE IT TO A MIXED NUMBER NO IMPROPER FRACTIONS

is tht the only problem you can help me on

I can help you on another one real quick if you would like

ok cause its homework u know

2/3-1/6 and 4/7-1/2 well i understand better now so itll probally go along faster

ok are these two separate questions?

maybe....

Well on your hw is 2/3-1/6 a different problem than 4/7-1/2?

yes yes yes yes yes yes i basically have the whole sheet to do yes yes yes

Ok so let's start with 2/3-1/6
Find the common denominator

its 6

good job so what do you have to multiply 3 by to get 6 as a common denominator

the answer is 2/6

isnt it

right then I did the 1/6 and got 2/6 then 4/6-2/6=2/6

but dont u still have to times it

its 1/2