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  • 10 months ago

Solve 7 and four-ninths minus 3 and two-thirds. Show your work

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  1. evilbrand97
    • 10 months ago
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    if you mean 4 1/5 - 2 2/3, first you change them both into mixed fractions: 21/5 - 8/3 you change both denominators to 15: (3)21/5 - (5)8/3 = 63/15 - 40/15 and now you subtract: 63/15 - 40/15 = 23/15 last but not least you simplify: 23/15 = 1 8/15 final answer: 1 8/15

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    two ninths

  3. xxccjxx
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    7 4/9 - 3 2/3

  4. evilbrand97
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    hold on im sowing you how to do the promblem

  5. evilbrand97
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    problem

  6. xxccjxx
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    k

  7. evilbrand97
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    one ninth that's the answer

  8. evilbrand97
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    hold on right quick

  9. evilbrand97
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    www.webanswers.com › Categories › Education › Homework Questions go to the site

  10. jojo4eva
    • 10 months ago
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    1/9 is the answer

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