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Add the mixed numbers 3 2/3 and 2 4/7 by converting each into an improper fraction.

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  1. anonymous
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    please help me with this

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    As improper fractions, 3 2/3 = 11/3 and 2 4/7 = 18/7 In order to add them together, you also need to have a common denominator, which would be 21. 3 2/3 = 11/3 = 77/21 and 2 4/7 = 18/7 = 54/21 77/21 + 54/21 = 131/21 131/21 = 6 5/21

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    Can you suggest a alternative way to do this problem

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    and how did you get 131/21 to 6 5/21

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