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  • 5 years ago

(2 & 4/5) (1 & 1/4) perform the indicated operation.

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  1. anonymous
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    what does & represent?

  2. anonymous
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    they are mixed fractions. sorry.

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    ahhh ok

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    reduce to lowest terms.

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    (2&4/5) = 2*5 + 4 = 14 (1&1/4) =1*4 +1 =5 so the answer is 14*5=70

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    Ohhh so you would have to change them to mixed numbers meaning the numerator would be higher than the denominator. so for that you

  7. anonymous
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    thanks.

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    Ahhh dang it lol Sorry

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    35/8

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    you mean that my answer is wrong?

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    no, u just not done

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    can you show the work. Of what remain please

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    can I see it performed?

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    \[2\frac{4}{5}= 2\times 5+4 = \frac{14}{5}\]

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    Got you. Thanks

  16. anonymous
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    So, 14/5 is the final answer? or 35/8?

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    Can you teach me how to convert 14/5 into a mixed number?

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    u wel com

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