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Mick, try this one like how we did the last... but instead of having to change one fraction, you have to find a number that both 3 and 4 go into, then multiply the fractions by the appropriate number to get common denominators.
its 12 rigth
yes you can use 12. Now what will your two fractions be after you make them common?
will the top number be 4 n 3
no... but you have the idea... you now have common denominators of 12. what do woul would you multiply 2/3 by to get 12 on the bottom and then what would you multiply 3/4 by to get 12 on the bottom? Remember... you multiply the numerator and denominator by the same number.
it would be 4 3 beac they go into 12 4 3
right... now multiply the numerators by those numbers to get the new fractions with a denominator of 12. What are your two new fractions?
12 times 4 and3
can you please just give me the answe and how u did it cuz i have to go to bed i dont wanna have a f
ok, i'll help you out... to get a common denominator of 12... you would have to multiply the numerator and denominator of 2/3 by 4 to give you 8/12. You would then also have to multiply the numerator and denominator of 3/4 by 3 to give you 9/12. Then you would add 8/12 + 9/12 to give you 17/12 or 1_5/12
Now go do that other one real quick with this information I have given you!
k u can check then but wats the simplest form of 17/12
that is the simplest form
k i got 7/6 for 2/3 and 1/2
i got 7/6 for 2/3 and 1/2
i got 12/20 for 1/4 and 3/5 i dont think dats rigth
close, I got 17/20... 12/20 is just the equivalent fraction for 3/5
wats soppose to be on top of the 20 on both
5/20 and 12/20
i gt 20/8 for 3/4 and 3/8
not quite... try again... the answer is 9/8
wat would be on both top of the 8
6/8 and 3/8
you wouldn't have to change the 3/8 because 4 goes into 8 evenly
k so would it simplest to 3/4
no your answer is 9/8 and that's simplest
would it simplest form
I don't know what you mean.
would 9/8 be simplest form
r is it already
k i have to go bed but i have 4 more real fast
brandus bougth 1/3 pound of ground turkey and 3/4 pound of ground beef to make sausages how many pounds of meat did he buy
just add 1/3 and 3/4... find your common denominator, multiply each fraction appropriately then add! Let me know!
i got 14/6
does 4 and 3 go into 6 evenly? Try a common denominator of 12
I got 13/12.... 4/12 + 9/12
u can simplest form 13/12 rigth
it is in simplest form
yes 13/12 is in simplest form
to make a ribbon and bow for a hat stacey needs 5/6byaed black ribbon and 2/3 yard red ribbon how much total ribbon dose she have i got 20/12
not quite... I got 18/12 which simplifies to 3/2
wats the two top and bottom number
10/12 and 8/12
ok mick, I have to go now to take an online exam! Good luck!
thank u soo much for ur help thank u