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  • 5 years ago

i have 6 3/5 minus 4 9/10 how do i go about solving?

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    make it into one fraction 33/5 and 49/10 then find a common denominator (both go into 10) so 33/5 can become 66/10 then simply do 66/10 - 49/10 and youll get 17/10

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    thank you so much

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