anonymous
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find the difference 6 5/8 - 1/6=
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anonymous
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The LCD is 24, you want to rewrite the fractions in terms of the LCD here: \[6\frac{5}{8}=6\frac{15}{24}\] 8*3=24, 5*3=15 \[\frac{1}{6}=\frac{4}{24}\] 6*4=24 1*4=4 Now you can subtract them easily
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[6\frac{15}{24}-\frac{4}{24}=6\frac{15-4}{24}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
is it 65/8-1/6???

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anonymous
  • anonymous
6 11/24 ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes that's the right answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
do the cross multiplication !!!!
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
is it 191/24???(answer)
anonymous
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ya i also got dat answer !!!!
anonymous
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khanitha, that's only if there's an equal sign between them, not a minus sign
anonymous
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See im not good at these i had been simply typing in 6 5/8- 1/6 in the calculator lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's not 65/8 its 6 and 5/8- 1/6
anonymous
  • anonymous
it would be 6+5/8-1/6
anonymous
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yeah
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sorry freya!
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he didn't know we go by ur user name.
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rickjbr- dint undrstand wat u told !!!!
anonymous
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o i undstood
anonymous
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You can't cross multiply when you subtract fractions
anonymous
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really ???
anonymous
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can!!!!!!
anonymous
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wats the answer that u got for this queation????
anonymous
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anonymous
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If you want to convert \[6\frac{5}{8}\] to an improper fraction, you'd multiply the denominator times the whole number and add the numerator, like this: \[6\frac{5}{8}=\frac{8*6+5}{8}=\frac{53}{5}\]
anonymous
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\[\frac{53}{8}\], not 53/5**********
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