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you mean like 1x/2 and 2x/3?
like this... 8 and 1/4 subtracted by 2 and 2/3.
ok 1/4 can be multiplied to 3/12 and 2/3 can be multiplied to 8/12 see now they have same denominator and ur problem is 8 and 3/12 minused by 2 and 8/12
so u get 5 and 5/12
what about in simplest form?
you cant reduce 12 and 5
they have to be able to be devided by a common number
8 1/4 2 2/3 get like denoms
8 3/12 <- borrow one from 8; borrow(12/12) 2 8/12 ------- 7 15/12 2 8/12 -------- 5 7/12
if you had 6/12 then u cld make 1/2 but u cant devide 5 by anything but 5 and 1 and 12 is devisable by 5
hahaha god i failed earlier didnt i on fraction part tho
?? are you sure thats right. haha
yes amistre is correct
im sure mines right lol
AMISTRE IS GOD OF OPEN STUDY
5 and 5/12
no 5 7/12
so...what grade are you in if you are in school amistre64 ?
35th grade if i was still in school :)
age - 5 is a rough estimate for grade
hold on. I am going to make a picture in paint of my next problem. :) I feel so happy, and excited to have this amazing website. xDDD
aw, it didn't work. :(
save as jpeg
i know. im good with tech things. :) just not math. haha
still won't work. :p
you sure you made that with paint?
wtf is that xDD
its a pic i drew for another person to help them with angles and such
ugh. I hate angles. I don't even know what a 64 degree angle looks like. more on my math homework. :(