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anonymous

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add, first find lcd. 5/14 + 5/6.. the lcd is 42 but i do not get where to go from here

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    After you find the LCD you have to multiply the numerators by the number that you multiplied the denominator by to get 42. you multiplied 14 by 3 so you multiply 5 by 3 too. then you multiply 6 by 7 because that's what you multiplied 6 by to get 14. it would be: 15

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    *(15/42)+(35/42)

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    thanks alot

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    you're welcome fan me :D

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