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How would I solve this fraction problem?

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Mertsj
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    you want to have the denominator of 10 So what name for 1 doe you need?

  3. Mertsj
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    \[\frac{1}{2}( )=\frac{}{10}\]

  4. anonymous
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    27/10+35+10 = 62/10 =6 1/5

  5. anonymous
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    Simple answers please!

  6. Mertsj
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  7. anonymous
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  8. anonymous
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    So is this the answer?

  9. Mertsj
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    Now change 12/10 to a mixed number.

  10. Mertsj
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    12/10=1 and 2/10

  11. Mertsj
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    Add the one "whole" to the 5 and reduce the 2/10

  12. anonymous
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  13. anonymous
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    So if this answer correct?

  14. Mertsj
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    Ok. But you can't leave 6/5 because it is an improper fraction.

  15. Mertsj
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    6/5=1 1/5

  16. anonymous
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  17. anonymous
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    Correct?

  18. Mertsj
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    Yes. That is the answer when you change 6/5 to a mixed number. But remember you had 5 6/5 which is 5+6/5 so now you have 5 + 1 1/5 What is that?

  19. anonymous
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    Uhhhh. I have no idea! Sorry! Would you like to tutor me?

  20. Mertsj
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    Let me draw it for you

  21. Mertsj
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  22. Mertsj
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    Do you understand that?

  23. anonymous
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    Yes! Completetly! Thank you SO much!

  24. Mertsj
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    you're welcome. You are very smart!! How old are you?

  25. anonymous
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    You think I am smart? I am 12 years old. In sixth grade.

  26. Mertsj
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    Yes. You understood that right away. Why don't you try the next one on your own?

  27. anonymous
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    Why thank you! And I will try it. Here, I will write out the problem, then my answer. You check to see if it is right.

  28. Mertsj
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    Ok

  29. anonymous
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  30. anonymous
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    This is the problem. I will post the answer.

  31. Mertsj
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    I think that is the same problem.

  32. anonymous
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    Oh man! It is ! So sorry! Here is the real problem:

  33. anonymous
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  34. anonymous
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  35. Mertsj
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    Now just a minute. When you add two fractions whose denominators are the same you keep the same denominator.

  36. Mertsj
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    Just like 2 dogs + 2 dogs = 4 dogs 2 thirds + 2 thirds = 4 thirds

  37. anonymous
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    I know! Sorry! I really messed up there! :( oops! Here is the real answer!

  38. anonymous
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  39. Mertsj
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    Yes!! Now change the 4/3 to a mixed number and add it to the thirteen.

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  41. anonymous
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  42. anonymous
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    The circled one is the answer.

  43. Mertsj
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  44. anonymous
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  45. Mertsj
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    good for you!! Do you understand that 4/3 = 1 1/3?

  46. anonymous
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    Yeah. Thank you SO much for all your help! Could you help me wth a few other things?? You are really smart! :)

  47. Mertsj
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    Yes, hopefully.

  48. anonymous
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    Okay here is the prolems!

  49. anonymous
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    do mixed fractions?

  50. anonymous
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    hod do I do mixed fractions?

  51. Mertsj
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    Can you give an example/

  52. Mertsj
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    you were actually doing mixed fractions with the previous examples.

  53. anonymous
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    Gotta go! Thank you SO much for all the help!;)

  54. Mertsj
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    yw

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