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Can you add the fractions and add the numbers?
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Calenita8 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2
I have to add and simplify
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Are you able to add 7/11 and 7/11 togethr and write the answer below the fractions? Also, can you add 2 and 1 together and write the answer below the 1?
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Copy the drawing I made and use it to add the numbers togther.
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The addition is not finished. 14/11 is an improper fraction, so it needs to be fixed.
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Ohh i get it thankss
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