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  1. omgitsjc
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    6/7x+1/4

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    |dw:1368239559175:dw|

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    what is the instruction to the question?

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    add or subtract

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    that's all there is to the question?

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    ya

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    i don't think it's possible, that's like putting apples and oranges together... you can't add a variable to a constant... are u supposed to simplify? is the 'x' multiplication or it's a letter x?

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    in the book it says the answer is 24+7x/28x

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    yeah that is possible if you want to simplify, but you can't add those two fractions because they're constants and variables mixed. but yeah if u simplify, u get that answer

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    \[\frac{a}{b}+\frac{c}{d}=\frac{ad+bc}{bd}\]

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    \[\frac{6}{7x}+\frac{1}{4}=\frac{7x\times 1+4\times 6}{7x\times 4}\]is a start

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    got it !!!!! thank you both!!

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    you're welcome :) anytime. more credit to @satellite73

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