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  • one year ago

-2/3+4/6 (fractions simplify)

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  1. muscrat123
    • one year ago
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    common denominator

  2. muscrat123
    • one year ago
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    -2/3 = -4/6 b/c -2/3 times 2 equals -4/6

  3. 1Dfanatic
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    so do i multiply both the fractions by 2? @muscrat123

  4. muscrat123
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    only one

  5. muscrat123
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    b/c u want common denominators

  6. shreenithaa
    • one year ago
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    -2/3 +4/6 u have to have the same denominator in order to be able to add both (-2/3)=-4/6 -4/6+4/6 what the answer?

  7. 1Dfanatic
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    0?

  8. anonymous
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    it is zero cuz -2/3 is the same as -4/6 so -2/3 +4/6 is the same as -2/3 +2/3 and vice versa

  9. shreenithaa
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    think so... yeah

  10. anonymous
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    Yup, your final answer is 0

  11. 1Dfanatic
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    and the bottom is 18 right?

  12. 1Dfanatic
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    because it's a fraction

  13. shreenithaa
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    nonono -2/3 equals -4/6 right u multiply both the denominator and the numerator by two only to -2/3

  14. anonymous
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    yes

  15. anonymous
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    it is 0/18

  16. shreenithaa
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    how?

  17. anonymous
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    me??? @shreenithaa

  18. shreenithaa
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    yeah... lol

  19. muscrat123
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    0/18 is equal to 0

  20. shreenithaa
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    yup @muscrat123 is right

  21. shreenithaa
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    but i just done get how u guys got 18

  22. muscrat123
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    me eitheer

  23. shreenithaa
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    what grade r u in and state

  24. anonymous
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    Its the smallest dcommon denominator that both the denominators have

  25. muscrat123
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    i just know 0/18 is 0, so it doesnt matter what that second number is. and me? @shreenithaa

  26. shreenithaa
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    nope its 6 3x2=6 6x1=6

  27. anonymous
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    Im in 10th grade and taking Algebra 2 and I live in SC

  28. shreenithaa
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    8th california

  29. shreenithaa
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    algebra 1

  30. muscrat123
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    im in 7th grade, with 9th grade classes and im taking Algebra 1 in Florida

  31. 1Dfanatic
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    9th algebra 1 and pa

  32. anonymous
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    tru tru @shreenithaa sorry i missed that thanks so the answer would be 0/6 let me check my online calculator

  33. shreenithaa
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    its k

  34. anonymous
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    This is what i always use and it says the answer is 0/18 http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/math/fractions.php

  35. shreenithaa
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    maybe it a type of calculator that multiplies the denominators

  36. shreenithaa
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    anyways everyones right lol

  37. shreenithaa
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    bye

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