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1/2+3/4=

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  1. anonymous
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    first, make the denominator for both fractions hav same number.

  2. anonymous
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    k

  3. anonymous
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    i got 12 but i dont know how to get the top number

  4. anonymous
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    first, note that 1/2=2/4 now u hav 2/4+3/4= (2+3)/4 = 5/4 did u understand how i do this?

  5. anonymous
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    i still dont ger it this wat i did 1/3 +1/4= /12+/12 i dont get how to get the 1 number

  6. anonymous
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    ok. first consider 1/2. it also equal to 2/4 right?

  7. anonymous
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    5/4

  8. anonymous
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    wait mick. are u asking about other question? because 1/3+1/4 not the question u wrote above.

  9. anonymous
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    yes 1/3 + 1/4 = in addition with unlike denominators

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    so. u got it right by having 12 as common denominator. 1/3 = 1/3*4/4 = 4/12 and 1/4 = 1/4*3/3= 3/12 u understand this?

  11. anonymous
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    am srry is there a easy way am in 5th grade

  12. anonymous
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    u understand if i say 1/3=2/6 ?

  13. anonymous
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    the promblem is 1/3+1/4= in addition with unlike denominators the bottoum number is 12 on both of then but wat is the top number

  14. anonymous
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    thats what i was trying to tell u. how to determine the top number. if u multiply bottom with a number, let say N. u also hav to multiply the top number with N.

  15. anonymous
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    so wat would i mulipy the top number to get the top number

  16. anonymous
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    for 1/3, u hav to multiply by 4 to get the bottom 12. so u multiply 4 at the top as well. for 1/4, u hav to multiply by 3 to get the bottom 12. so u multiply 3 at the top

  17. anonymous
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    mulipy 1/4 and 1/3 by 3 to get the top number is that wat ur sating i think i got it

  18. anonymous
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    not both multiply by 3. 1/4 multiply by 3 but 1/3 multiply by 4.

  19. anonymous
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    so the bottom number for both is 12 rigth and the top is

  20. anonymous
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    the top should be 4 and 3

  21. anonymous
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    so it would be 4/12 and 3/12

  22. anonymous
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    is it

  23. anonymous
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    yes

  24. anonymous
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    wats 7/12 in simpleast form

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    yes

  26. anonymous
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    wats 7/12 in simplest form

  27. anonymous
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    ??

  28. anonymous
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    i answered yes. thats the answer.

  29. anonymous
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    no its not wat is t7/12 in simplest form

  30. anonymous
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    7/12 is the simplest form.

  31. anonymous
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    so it cant go lower

  32. anonymous
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    no, it cant be lower

  33. anonymous
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    k i need help on 6 mores k

  34. anonymous
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    the same addition with unlike denominators

  35. anonymous
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    sorry mick.i wish i can help more. but its already late here. i need to go to sleep. try use the same way. or ask others for help if u get stuck. good luck.

  36. anonymous
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    can we go fast so i can go to bed can u aleast give the answers but how u do it

  37. anonymous
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    hello can u

  38. anonymous
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    r u there

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