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  • 5 years ago

what is 10/12 + 4/9 =

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  1. anonymous
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    hi suzi. how old are u?

  2. anonymous
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    Hi Anfar Im 29 and trying to help my son with his homework

  3. anonymous
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    ok. first thing u should do is to make both fractions have the same denominator.

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    ok

  5. anonymous
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    u got how to finish it?

  6. anonymous
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    one person got 2/3 and 1 and 5/18 we are confused who is right?

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    i think it should be 23/18

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    reduced is 1 5/18 right ?

  9. anonymous
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    to make the denominator the same, note that: 10/12=30/36 and 4/9=16/36 so now u have 30/36+16/36=(30+16)/36=46/36=23/18

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    yea 23/18

  11. anonymous
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    or 1/5/18

  12. anonymous
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    one-fifth over eighteen

  13. anonymous
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    sory, misread the 2nd answer. 1 5/18 is correct as well

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    thanks :)

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    anfar u a tutor

  16. anonymous
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    im a 11th grade student, wit a 3.85gpa

  17. anonymous
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    suzi: u r welcome natural: lol.no im not. only help what i can

  18. anonymous
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    Wow thats really awesome (that you can help) math is not my strong point so thanks again

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    no problem suzi. glad to help im taking math as my major. :)

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