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Steve is scheduled to work 5/6 of an hour at the school fair he has already worked 2/3 of an hour how much longer does he have to work?

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    Wait out of these which would it be. 5/6? 1h? 2/3? 1/6?

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    2/3+x=5/6 x = (5/6)(-2/3) x = (5-4)/6 x= 1/6 If I deserve medal then give me one

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    ty

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    thank

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    One more plz, if thats ok XD

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    I try

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    Thanks you are making scarves for presents each scarf needs 3/4yd of fabric how many yards of fabric do you need for 7 scarves?

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    if you have another post you can come back I'm slow

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    9 and 1/3 5 and 1/4 10 and 2/3 6yd?

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    ok! thanks

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    (3/4)*7=21/4 5and 1/4

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    Thank you so much! I think im going to get a A on my test cuz of you XD

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    you welcome, come back if you need help

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    Thanks

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