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2x3/2-(2/6-3/5)^2 please provide steps, I wanna know how to actually do it

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Get your common denominators to subtract the fractions in parentheses first.
i got 12/13500 I'm not sure if its correct though

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Also, clarify: In your question, you have "2x3/2" but in the drawing it looks like "2x3/5" ?
its a 5, my apologies
To add (or subtract) fractions, try this: |dw:1347404740571:dw|
am i on the right track?
Yes, that looks right, as long as the 2and 3/5 is a mixed number and not multiplication.
And if that is subtraction between that first fraction and the parentheses, then don't lose your minus sign.
is that right?
Looks good. The steps are right. You can probably simplify that fraction to lowest terms.
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