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hint" \[\huge \frac{11}{12} - 1 \implies \frac{11}{12} - \frac{12}{12}\] does that help?
yes.
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so its 1?
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-1/12
what's in the docx?
the original question
that consist graph
hmm can't download docx sorry
its from Microsoft 2010
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I changed the program to paint.
i meant i can't download...literally...it sometimes viruses my computer
Alright ill write out the problem
1/3, 1/6,5/12,x It says to subtract all and add 1 or add all and subtract 1
no i saw it already
darn. always late sends
Oh okay o:
\[\implies 1 - (\frac 13 + \frac 16 + \frac 5{12})\] is that what you did?
yes
then you should've had \[1 - \frac {11}{12}\] not \[\frac{11}{12} - 1\]
its not the same thing...?
no
you can't subtract a bigger number from a smaller number
right. so what do i do?
subtract 11/12 from 1
\[\huge 1 - \frac{11}{12} \implies \frac{12}{12} - \frac{11}{12}\] what do you get?
1
no
\[\huge \frac{12}{12} - \frac{11}{12} \implies \frac{12 - 11}{12}\] copy the similar denominators then subtract numerators...remember?
1/12
right
but i inserted a wrong answer and i got it wrong ><
really? 1/12 is wrong??
No i did not put in 1/12 I put it another different answer
oh
to a different question
thank you for your help ^^
welcome

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