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mariposa1415

Simplify. Show your work. 5 1/3 +(-3 9/18)

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  1. jhonyy9
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    first 9/18 = 1/2 ok ?

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    than 5 1/3 = (5*3 +1)/3 = 16/3 can you continue it ?

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    nop i never learn how to that

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    well 16/3 is 5.33 how i put i a fracion

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    and now you need to transform the second fraction in form of the first can you make it ?

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    -3 1/2 =

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    inside parantheses there are -3 9/18 yes ?

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    so but you can simplifie there by 9 and will get -3 1/2 ok ?

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    5 1/3 = 16 /3

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    -3 9/18= -45/18

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  11. jhonyy9
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    yes than -3 1/2 = how many will be ?

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    courage please

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    16/3 + -45/18 and what i need to do next

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    wha -45/18 you can working more easy with 1/2 nope ?

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    so i need to change -45 /18 to 1/2

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    no there are -3 1/2 =

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    what happend if i work w -45/18

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    -5

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    hey

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    not is right

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    16/3 + -45/18 = -29/6

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    iam wrong

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  23. mariposa1415
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    or -29/18

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    i am right or not

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    5 1/3 +(-3 9/18) = 5 1/3 - 3 9/18 = 16/3 - 63/18 = 32/6 - 21/6 = 11/6 = 1 5/6

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    5 1/3 = 16/3 - 3 9/18 = -3 1/2 = - 7/2 16/3 - 7/2 = (2*16 - 7*3)/6 =(32-21)/6 = 11/6 yes you are right

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    good luck bye

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