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What is 8 1/5 - 4 2/5 equal please help

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  1. evy15
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    1/5 is .20 amd 2/5 is .4

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  2. evy15
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    so use those instead of the fractions to make it easier

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  3. snowballhockey
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    No it doesn't make them into improper fraction

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  4. waterineyes
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    Do you know ?? \[8\frac{1}{5} = ??\]

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  5. snowballhockey
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    41/5

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  6. evy15
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    and do the same for the other

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  7. evy15
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    so its 22/5

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  8. snowballhockey
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    Then whatn

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  9. waterineyes
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    Now: \[\frac{41}{5} - \frac{22}{5}\]

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  10. Hero
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    8 1/5 - 4 2/5 (8 - 4) + (1/5 - 2/5) (7 - 4) + (6/5 - 2/5) 3 + 4/5

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  11. snowballhockey
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    equals 19

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  12. Hero
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    3 + 4/5 = 19/5

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  13. waterineyes
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    19 is in the numerator..

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  14. Hero
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    3 + 4/5 means 3 "and" 4/5

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  15. snowballhockey
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    then what what is the answer is it just 9

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  16. snowballhockey
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    i mean 19

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  17. Hero
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    face palm...."shakes head"

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  18. snowballhockey
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    the waterineyes girl is eaiser to understand

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  19. snowballhockey
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    wait is it 19/5

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  20. snowballhockey
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    Someone help me

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  21. waterineyes
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    Are you sure it is 19/5??

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  22. waterineyes
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    And lastly, I am not a Girl..

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  23. Hero
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    Are you sure it isn't 19/5?

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  24. snowballhockey
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    no it 3 4/5 right

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  25. Hero
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    3 4/5 = 19/5 I already said that once.

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  26. Hero
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    @snowballhockey, do you know what the equal sign means?

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  27. snowballhockey
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    is that the answer

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  28. snowballhockey
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    and yeah so that is the correct answer

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  29. snowballhockey
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    can someone tell me the right answer

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  30. snowballhockey
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    @hero

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  31. Hero
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    The correct answer has been stated several times. I am sorry you do not understand well enough to realize that.

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  32. snowballhockey
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    ok well i gave u the best responce

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