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I need help George studied 1/4 hour on Monday and 3/8 hour on Tuesday. How long did he study altogether on both days? ____ hours

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where did you get 2
by divide 4 by 8 and then multiply by 1=2
@myininaya am i right?
@Claire4christ You need to learn fraction operations ( add/ subtract/ multiply/ divide) to keep the result precisely.
@Chlorophyll i learn all the that i just forgat how to do it
Do you know what the common denominator?
its the buttom number
Yes, denom = 8
What number to multiply 4 to get 8?
=> ( 1/4) * 2 = 2/8 Then after you have the common denom, now you can add 2 fractions together.
That's where the "2" come from!
ok now i got it
These are basic 4th grade math, you should be able to review it on your own :/

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