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  • 5 years ago

Can someone please help with adding and subtracting mixed number im in sixth grade

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  1. anonymous
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    what is the problem

  2. anonymous
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    im doin my homwowek i have like 17 left i got stuck on the first

  3. anonymous
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    ok what is the 1st problem

  4. anonymous
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    1.5-3 4/7 and i need shown work

  5. anonymous
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    dude do your own work

  6. anonymous
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    the one isnt part of the prob

  7. anonymous
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    ROBOTDS AND TOAST MAYBE IM STUCK SO SHUT THE HELL UP

  8. anonymous
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    :D is it 1/2 - 3 4/7?

  9. anonymous
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    NOT EVEN CLOSE

  10. anonymous
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    NO IM ASKING IF THATS THE PROBLEM

  11. anonymous
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    or 5 - 3 4/7?

  12. anonymous
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    1.5 converts to 3/2 first

  13. anonymous
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    THERE IS NO 1.5 its just 5

  14. anonymous
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    common denominator, since you have mixed fractions is 7. so 5/1*7/7 = 35/7 then you have 3 4/7. get 3 with a common denominator so 3/1*7/7 = 21/7 then 21/7 + 4/7 = 25/7 then 35/7 - 25/7 = 10/7

  15. anonymous
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    how is it 21/7

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    you have 3 and 4/7. so you first have to find a common denominator with 4/7. so you do this by multiplying by 7/7 which is 1 and so 3=3/1*7/7 = 21/7 = 3

  17. anonymous
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    so the answer is ten seveths

  18. anonymous
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    correct

  19. anonymous
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    i kneew how to do this but i forgot

  20. anonymous
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    number 2 8-2 and 3/8

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    ok so the mixed fraction has a denominator with 8 so use 8 as the common denominator 8*8/8 = 64/8 then the same thing for 2 2*8/8 = 16/8 so 16/8 + 3/8 = 19/8 then 64/8-19/8 = 45/8 and if the answer has to be in mixed fractions the answer is 5 5/8

  22. anonymous
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    nooooooo thts wrong for the second fraction isnt an eight it stays a 3

  23. anonymous
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    what?

  24. anonymous
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    just like i said its 2 and 3/8 not 2 and 8/8

  25. anonymous
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    i know its how i solved it...

  26. anonymous
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    no u SAID 2 AND 8/8

  27. anonymous
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    no 8*8/8 = 64/8 2*8/8 = 16/8 + 3/8 = 19/8 64/8-19/8 = 45/8 = 5 5/8

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    next-9 and 3/4-2 and 3/8 and isnt the denominater 8

  29. anonymous
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    yeah try it

  30. anonymous
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    u suck u kno tht if i didnt need help i wouldnt be on here i need help cause i dont get it

  31. anonymous
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    lmao dude you should TRY and then i can help you if you get stuck. that way you LEARN

  32. anonymous
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    i do learn u doggy hiscuit i just did a prob but the denominater was the same

  33. anonymous
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    haha ok ok fine

  34. anonymous
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    so you said common denominator is 8 so then 9*8/8 = 72/8 and 3/4 * 2/2 = 6/8 so 72/8 + 6/8 = 78/8 then 2*8/8 = 16/8 + 3/8 = 19/8 so 78/8 - 19/8 = 59/8 or 7 3/8

  35. anonymous
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    it was 1 and 3/8

  36. anonymous
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    what?

  37. anonymous
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    i have a calculator but we have to show our work so i use it to check

  38. anonymous
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    you said 9 3/4 - 2 3/8

  39. anonymous
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    right

  40. anonymous
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    nevermind its seven i put it in wring

  41. anonymous
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    bam!

  42. anonymous
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    SHUT UP AND HELP ME/ NUMBER 6- 6 and 2/3-1 and 1/6

  43. anonymous
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    ok so common denominator is 6 6*6/6 = 36/6 2/3*2/2 = 4/6 so 36/6 + 4/6 = 40/6 then 1*6/6 = 6/6 + 1/6 = 7/6 so 40/6 - 7/6 = 33/6 or 5 1/2

  44. anonymous
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    OK numba 12/ 9 and 6/7-2 and 5/14

  45. anonymous
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    denominaters 14

  46. anonymous
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    ok so denominator is 14 9*14/14 = 126/14 6/7*2/2=12/14 so 126/14+12/14=138/14 then 2*14/14 = 28/14 + 5/14 = 33/14 so 138/14-33/14=105/14 or 7 1/2

  47. anonymous
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    ok number 15. 2 and 2/3-1 and 1/4 denominaters 24

  48. anonymous
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    try it dude

  49. anonymous
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    what did i say about calling me dude u wingspan

  50. anonymous
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    LMAO

  51. anonymous
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    the answer is 1 and 5/12 but i used me calculator hahha feather turned on you forgot about technoglgy

  52. anonymous
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    dude i do this in my head. i dont need calculators

  53. anonymous
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    well im a sixth grader i do get over it

  54. anonymous
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    haha

  55. anonymous
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    done with me math watch out wingspan ill see u in your dreams

  56. anonymous
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    ohhh i gotta make a timeline for reading :( help

  57. anonymous
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    lmao this is math kid! i can help ifyou like though

  58. anonymous
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    dIDNT JADA JUST ASK FOR HELP DIDNT I DIDNT I YES YES YES I DID U SLOW AND RETARDED

  59. anonymous
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    haha whats it on

  60. anonymous
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    have u ever heard of the shut out

  61. anonymous
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    hmmmmmmmmmm no

  62. anonymous
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    well then u cant help me cause its a book about baseball

  63. anonymous
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    dude google

  64. anonymous
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    then your stupid cause u cant read it on google now can u

  65. anonymous
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    yeah i can

  66. anonymous
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    u dotn know what section im on :p

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