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I bet you mean n right?

yes. that is what I said uptop "solve for n:"

oh I see "solve for N"

of course lol 15

ok can you add 5/8 and 5/8 and 3/8?

\[15+(\frac{5}{8}+\frac{5}{8}+\frac{3}{8})=n+12\]

hint you already have the same denominator

yes and that equals ..I got 1.625 or 1.6

you only have to add the numerators (5+5+3)/8

I don't care :)

you don't want to write 1.6 that is an approximation

1.625 is correct
though

\[15+1.625=n+12\]

I thought before that the answer was B

well let's find out...
can you add 15 and 1.625?

16.625

and then subtract 12 on both sides

\[16.625=n+12 \\ 16.625-12=n\]

16.625-12? 4.625

so 4 5/8? C

yes that does say 4 and something

5/8=.625
so 4+5/8=4.625

any questions?

no thank you but thanks!1 very much for the help

np