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write the mixed number 2 1/4 as an improper fraction

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  1. anonymous
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    9/4

  2. anonymous
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    \[2\frac{1}{4}\] to write it down as an improper fraction you'll have to multiply 4 with 2 and add 1 after that you divide by the denominator which is 4 ^_^: \[\frac{9}{4}\] do you understand it now? :)

  3. anonymous
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    its (4x2) + 1

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    yep ^_^

  5. anonymous
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    Thats the numerator and the denominator remains 4

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    do you get it now rsan? :)

  7. anonymous
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    yea i did =] , i was writing the things down.

  8. anonymous
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    lol, okay I have a question for you

  9. anonymous
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    sure

  10. anonymous
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    what is : \[3\frac{4}{5}\] as an improper fraction ^_^, no one answers but rsan please :)

  11. anonymous
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    20/4

  12. anonymous
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    are you sure?

  13. anonymous
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    19/4 sorry =]

  14. anonymous
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    think again :)read the notes

  15. anonymous
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    what's your denominator? :)

  16. anonymous
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    4

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    are you sure?

  18. anonymous
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    my dear :\[\frac{a}{b}\] a = numerator and b = denominator, so again what's your denominator?

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    5

  20. anonymous
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    excellent, so what's the answer now ^_^?

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    19/5

  22. anonymous
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    bravo!, okay one more

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    yay!!

  24. anonymous
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    \[3 \frac{1}{4} + 2\frac{1}{2}\]=?

  25. anonymous
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    don't rush :)

  26. anonymous
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    hold on this might take a minute or two lol

  27. anonymous
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    take your time ^_^

  28. anonymous
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    how will i add 13/4 and 5/2? doesnt the denominator have to be the same?

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    good, you're on the right track, so what will you do to get the denominator the same in this case ? :) do you have to multiply both or just one of the fractions? ^_^

  30. anonymous
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    its 9/4

  31. anonymous
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    no karrar lol, I gave her a question to solve ^_^

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    HIM!!

  33. anonymous
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    xD haha

  34. anonymous
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    >_< sorry lol, please proceed, now add both factions ^_^

  35. anonymous
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    fractions*

  36. anonymous
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    you multiply just one freaction correct?

  37. anonymous
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    yep and that is? :)

  38. anonymous
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    5/2 multiply it and it becomes 10/4?

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    excellent! now what's the answer?

  40. anonymous
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    23/4

  41. anonymous
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    braaaavoo!!! I would give you another medal, but I can only give one lol ^_^ now you understand the story, good luck!

  42. anonymous
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    thank you again =]

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    it's my pleasure :)

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