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  • 5 years ago

How do you add 3/w+6 + 7/3w (those are fractions)

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  1. anonymous
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    16/3w+6

  2. anonymous
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    how did you get that answer?

  3. anonymous
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    9/3w+6+7/3w

  4. anonymous
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    so you would multiply the first problems by 3? to get the 9 /3w+6

  5. anonymous
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    what do you mean?

  6. anonymous
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    isnt that how you got 9/3w+6

  7. anonymous
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    3/w extend with 3

  8. anonymous
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    You need a common denominator of 3w(w + 6)

  9. anonymous
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    yes

  10. anonymous
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    Multiply the first fraction by 3w/3w which would equal 3(3w) = 9w over 3w(w + 6)

  11. anonymous
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    Multiply the second fraction by (w + 6)/(w + 6) 7(w + 6)/ 3w(w + 6) = 7w + 42 over 3w(w + 6)

  12. anonymous
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    yes so easy

  13. anonymous
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    Now you have a common denominator 9w + 7w + 42 -------- ----------- 3w(w + 6) 3w(w + 6)

  14. anonymous
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    Add the top 16w + 42 --------- 3w(w + 6)

  15. anonymous
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    can you simplify that answer?

  16. anonymous
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    resoult will be the same

  17. anonymous
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    You could take out a 2 2(8w + 21) --------- 3w(w + 6) But that is as far as you can go.

  18. anonymous
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    ok thanks so much for the help

  19. anonymous
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    jmquesinberry lm an university sutdent in turkey.l need your suggestions about work and travel to improve my English

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