minnie123
Help Please for a medal and fan!
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gaara438125
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First find an LCD which is?
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6y @gaara438125
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just like performing this operation on numbers, take the lcm of denominator and work this out. BTW, in this particular case you can take the common denominator y outside of the equation and reduce the rest, to make it look more artithmetic rather than algebraic
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yeah, so make the fractions have the LCD it now looks like:
\[\frac{ 15 }{ 6y } + \frac{ 1 }{ 6y } - \frac{ 8 }{ 6y } = \] i can't see what it's equal too lol
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when you have the same denominator, you can directly perform the numerator functions without further modification
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so is the answer 8/6y ?
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yes, then simplify that to make it look like?
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4/3y ?
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yeah, and is it equal to anything?
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the picture is cut off
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no :)
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thanks for the help!