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    13/18

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    Are you sure?

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    I can check for you :) Give me a min @Ilovecake

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    = NEGATIVE 13/18

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    Explanation:

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    1.3 Rewrite the two fractions into equivalent fractions Two fractions are called equivalent if they have the same numeric value. For example : 1/2 and 2/4 are equivalent, y/(y+1)2 and (y2+y)/(y+1)3 are equivalent as well. To calculate equivalent fraction , multiply the Numerator of each fraction, by its respective Multiplier. L. Mult. • L. Num. 2 —————————————————— = —— L.C.M 18 R. Mult. • R. Num. 5 • 3 —————————————————— = ————— L.C.M 18

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    1.4 Adding up the two equivalent fractions Add the two equivalent fractions which now have a common denominator Combine the numerators together, put the sum or difference over the common denominator then reduce to lowest terms if possible: 2 - (5 • 3) -13 ——————————— = ——— 18 18 1.4 Adding up the two equivalent fractions Add the two equivalent fractions which now have a common denominator Combine the numerators together, put the sum or difference over the common denominator then reduce to lowest terms if possible: 2 - (5 • 3) -13 ——————————— = ——— 18 18

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