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lgbasallote
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hint"
\[\huge \frac{11}{12}  1 \implies \frac{11}{12}  \frac{12}{12}\]
does that help?

ikoreanx3
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yes.

lgbasallote
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wonderful

ikoreanx3
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so its 1?

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lgbasallote
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1/12

lgbasallote
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what's in the docx?

ikoreanx3
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the original question

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that consist graph

lgbasallote
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hmm can't download docx sorry

ikoreanx3
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its from Microsoft 2010

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ikoreanx3
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I changed the program to paint.

lgbasallote
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i meant i can't download...literally...it sometimes viruses my computer

ikoreanx3
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Alright ill write out the problem

ikoreanx3
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1/3, 1/6,5/12,x
It says to subtract all and add 1 or add all and subtract 1

lgbasallote
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no i saw it already

lgbasallote
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darn. always late sends

ikoreanx3
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Oh okay o:

lgbasallote
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\[\implies 1  (\frac 13 + \frac 16 + \frac 5{12})\]
is that what you did?

ikoreanx3
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yes

lgbasallote
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then you should've had \[1  \frac {11}{12}\] not \[\frac{11}{12}  1\]

ikoreanx3
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its not the same thing...?

lgbasallote
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no

lgbasallote
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you can't subtract a bigger number from a smaller number

ikoreanx3
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right. so what do i do?

lgbasallote
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subtract 11/12 from 1

lgbasallote
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\[\huge 1  \frac{11}{12} \implies \frac{12}{12}  \frac{11}{12}\]
what do you get?

ikoreanx3
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1

lgbasallote
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no

lgbasallote
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\[\huge \frac{12}{12}  \frac{11}{12} \implies \frac{12  11}{12}\]
copy the similar denominators then subtract numerators...remember?

ikoreanx3
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1/12

lgbasallote
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right

ikoreanx3
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but i inserted a wrong answer and i got it wrong ><

lgbasallote
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really? 1/12 is wrong??

ikoreanx3
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No i did not put in 1/12 I put it another different answer

lgbasallote
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oh

ikoreanx3
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to a different question

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thank you for your help ^^

lgbasallote
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welcome