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  1. anonymous
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    Whats the question?

  2. anonymous
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    \[-\frac{ 9 }{ 6 }+(-\frac{ 3 }{ 5 })\]

  3. anonymous
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    Oi o-o

  4. anonymous
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    Dunno

  5. anonymous
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    If you are adding a negative fraction, you are just subtracting them both.

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    You need to make them have the same base though.

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    lol i got to put it in simplest form

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    i got -12/5 and in mixed form its -2 2/5

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    What did you do for that? Did you make them both have the base of 30 and then simplify?

  10. anonymous
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    no but the denominate is 5 so it stays soo

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    then just add

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    No that doesn't work.

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    They need to have a common demoninator.

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    -9+-3=12

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    it does its 5

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    No the fractions have two different denominators. 5 and 6 aren't the same so you need to make a common denominator.

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    damn i typed it wro ng on a calculator

  18. anonymous
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    You need to multiply the first fraction by 5 and the second by 6 to get the demoninator of 30.

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    thx i got it now

  20. anonymous
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    Ok what was your final answer? I want to check it with mine.

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    thx for the medal btw.

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    uhh i dont remember i just remember the denominator

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