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Medals will be given! questions attached below show work please

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  1. Tainted
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    @pooja195 @Chooch146

  3. whpalmer4
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    Okay, do you know how to add fractions?

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    You can add fractions by adding the numerators once you have a common denominator (which you already have in both of these problems). If we had two fractions to add: \[\frac{x+2}{6} + \frac{x}{6} = \frac{(x+2)+x}{6} = \frac{2x+2}{6} = \frac{2(x+1)}{6}=\frac{x+1}{3}\]

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    Can you show the work for each problem?

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    No, I won't, but you can. \[\frac{4x}{9}+\frac{x-10}{9} = \]What will the new numerator be?

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