anonymous
  • anonymous
Q:Shara walked from school to the store and then home. It is one fourths mile from her school to the store. Shara walked nine tenths of a mile in all how long is it from the store to her house
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anonymous
  • anonymous
9/10-1/4 find a common denominator
anonymous
  • anonymous
isnt it going to be 13/20 of a mile? the answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
18/20-5/20=13/20 13/20 miles is your answer

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anonymous
  • anonymous
becuase if its 1/4 from school to store, and the total amount walked was 9/10. then you find a common denominator and subtract 9/10 -1/4 and you would get the distance from the store to the house. can someone else please verify my answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes you are correct lostdove
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh cool buckaroo you got the same thing!
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeppers sure did:)
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  • anonymous
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sorry meant to type --> :]

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