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6- 3/12 i got 23/4 but it's incorrect

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\[6-\frac{ 3 }{ 12 }\]
i think you literally have a learning disability.
6- 3/12 6(12/12)- 3/12 72/12 - 3/12 (72 - 3)/12 69/12 23/4 So there has to be a typo

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I re- wrote it @jim_thompson5910
yes my work is based off what you wrote
try writing it as a mixed number
or in decimal form
i also got that tooo
2
you divide 12 from 3 and you get 4 and you subtract 6 to 4 and you get 2
\[6-\frac{ 3 }{ 12 }\]
nop @ceasy007 its incorrect
does it tell you type in a mixed number?
\[6-\frac{ 3 }{ 12 }\] @jim_thompson5910
yes i know the problem
that's all it says though?
it says evaluate the expression @jim_thompson5910
well it's 23/4 which as a mixed number is 5 3/4
in decimal form it is 5.75
yes totally forgot about that @jim_thompson5910
which one worked?
actually the answer i put in the question 23/4 which you also gave me.
First, reduce the fraction: 6 - 3/12 = 6 - 1/4 = 6/1 - 1/4 Now find a common denominator: the LCD of 1 and 4 is 4 24/4 - 1/4 = 23/4 = 5 3/4
oh, so why didn't it work the first time?
how odd
i thought i would only have to go 23/4 but you can reduce that to 5 3/4
it doesn't reduce, it converts to that
yes that's what i meant
i gotcha

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