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and another one......plz help



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joycemullins
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\[\frac{ 2a+3 }{ 4a5 }\frac{ a2 }{ 4a5}\]

tkhunny
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How would you do this? \(\dfrac{7}{3}  \dfrac{13}{5}\)?

viniterranova
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Let me sse

joycemullins
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i would cross multiply

tkhunny
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Well, I hope you mean that you would find a commn denominator and then add. Very good. Can you do that with the original problem statement?

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same denominators... simply subtract numerators

joycemullins
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ummmm.....idk

joycemullins
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4a5

tejasree
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(2a+3)(a2)
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4a5

tejasree
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2a a + 3 +2 = a+5 >numerator

tejasree
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a+5
=== > the answer
4a5

joycemullins
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ok i get it

tejasree
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:)

viniterranova
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Great.