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***Help Wanted*** ***Medal and Fan Earned*** *** Attachment Below*** ***Change the following mixed expression to a fraction***

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What don't you get about this question?
Do I just do this as a reg. fraction problem... like multiply b * a, get ab then add a?

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Pretty much. Let me know what you get.
Actually, I would Do this.
i did and got ab+a/b ???
ab-a
will be numerator
|dw:1351604031956:dw|
Does that make sense?
|dw:1351604261689:dw|
so there is ,,,... to a fraction " ----- why is like difficile ?
i noticed that error & was about to correct it...thanks...@Kashan and @zordoloom it does and @jhonyy9 i kinda knew what to do already BUT i thought maybe there was something more difficult attached when getting the answer... Thanks All
a -(a/b) =(ab -a)/b
I understand now...
Cool

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