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  • 5 years ago

2/3 + 3/4 in addition unlike denminators

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  1. anonymous
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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.

  2. anonymous
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    its 12 rigth

  3. anonymous
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    yes you can use 12. Now what will your two fractions be after you make them common?

  4. anonymous
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    will the top number be 4 n 3

  5. anonymous
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    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.

  6. anonymous
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    it would be 4 3 beac they go into 12 4 3

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    right... now multiply the numerators by those numbers to get the new fractions with a denominator of 12. What are your two new fractions?

  8. anonymous
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    12 times 4 and3

  9. anonymous
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    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

  10. anonymous
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    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

  11. anonymous
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    Now go do that other one real quick with this information I have given you!

  12. anonymous
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    k

  13. anonymous
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    k u can check then but wats the simplest form of 17/12

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    that is the simplest form

  15. anonymous
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    k i got 7/6 for 2/3 and 1/2

  16. anonymous
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    i got 7/6 for 2/3 and 1/2

  17. anonymous
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    That's Correct!!!

  18. anonymous
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    yeah lol

  19. anonymous
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    i got 12/20 for 1/4 and 3/5 i dont think dats rigth

  20. anonymous
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    close, I got 17/20... 12/20 is just the equivalent fraction for 3/5

  21. anonymous
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    k

  22. anonymous
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    wats soppose to be on top of the 20 on both

  23. anonymous
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    5/20 and 12/20

  24. anonymous
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    i gt 20/8 for 3/4 and 3/8

  25. anonymous
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    not quite... try again... the answer is 9/8

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    wat would be on both top of the 8

  27. anonymous
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    n both

  28. anonymous
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    6/8 and 3/8

  29. anonymous
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    you wouldn't have to change the 3/8 because 4 goes into 8 evenly

  30. anonymous
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    k so would it simplest to 3/4

  31. anonymous
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    no your answer is 9/8 and that's simplest

  32. anonymous
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    would it simplest form

  33. anonymous
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    I don't know what you mean.

  34. anonymous
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    would 9/8 be simplest form

  35. anonymous
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    r is it already

  36. anonymous
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    yep!

  37. anonymous
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    k i have to go bed but i have 4 more real fast

  38. anonymous
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    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

  39. anonymous
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    just add 1/3 and 3/4... find your common denominator, multiply each fraction appropriately then add! Let me know!

  40. anonymous
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    i got 14/6

  41. anonymous
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    does 4 and 3 go into 6 evenly? Try a common denominator of 12

  42. anonymous
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    14/12

  43. anonymous
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    I got 13/12.... 4/12 + 9/12

  44. anonymous
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    u can simplest form 13/12 rigth

  45. anonymous
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    it is in simplest form

  46. anonymous
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    no

  47. anonymous
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    yes 13/12 is in simplest form

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    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

  49. anonymous
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    not quite... I got 18/12 which simplifies to 3/2

  50. anonymous
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    wats the two top and bottom number

  51. anonymous
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    10/12 and 8/12

  52. anonymous
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    ok mick, I have to go now to take an online exam! Good luck!

  53. anonymous
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    thank u soo much for ur help thank u

  54. anonymous
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    bye

  55. anonymous
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    yw!

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    bye

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