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how do you nearest hole on fraction

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First change both mixed expressions into fractions please.

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ok
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sorry im slopy on the coputer
ok i did it
How did you get that answer?
what answer i swichd the first one
why?
ok what was i supposed to do
change both mixed expressions into fractions
how do i do that
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\(\huge a\cfrac{b}{c}\implies \cfrac{a\times c + b}{c}\)
ok how do you add 30 with 1/5
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ok how did you get 150
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ok thank you D )
Do the same for 1 + 10/13
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ummm i was supposed to do nearest whole number?
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how did you get 2
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and that will be it
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oh so like if the 1 was a 5 it will be 30 divided by 6
Yes.
ok thank you you help alot :D
Thanks for trying to understand.

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