diego1207
(4/7)  (2 1/2)



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rickjbr
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You need to find the LCD. You can rewrite this as:
(4/7)  (5/2)

diego1207
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why is it 5/2 though thats what i dont understand

rickjbr
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2 1/2 is equivalent to 5/2

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You multiply the denominator times the whole number and add the numerator.

diego1207
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oh soo you convert it into an improper fraction right?

rickjbr
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Yes

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ok thank you

rickjbr
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You're welcome

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thanks but i found out already