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chosenmatt
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hiya what;s the question?
anonymous
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\[-4 \frac{ 1 }{ 5 }- ( -13 \frac{ 1 }{ 10} )\]
anonymous
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i got \[-17\frac{ 3 }{ 10 }\]

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chosenmatt
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i think thaz right good job =)
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Negative subtraction becomes positive addition
anonymous
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You can add the whole parts and fraction parts separately.
anonymous
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so its 17 3/10
anonymous
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You have \(-4+13\) and \(-\frac 15 + \frac 1{10}\)
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right
anonymous
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So you have a whole part of \(9\) and a frational part of \(-\frac 1{10}\).
anonymous
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You can take \(1\) from the \(9\) to make the fraction part positive. This gives you \(8\) and \(1-\frac 1{10} = \frac9{10}\).
anonymous
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so the answer would be \[8\frac{ 9 }{ 10 }\]
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Yes
anonymous
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Use absolute value to express the distance between −13 and 17 on the number line. |−13 − 17| = −30 |−13 − 17| = 30 |−13 − 17| = −4 |−13 − 17| = 4
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Alternatively, you can convert them to fractions first, then convert back when finished.
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i got b
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anonymous
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b is right
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ok thanks :)
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b?
welshfella
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yes
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b is correct

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