Baconfuntimes
  • Baconfuntimes
What is a+b/q when q equals 7 and b equals 17 and a equals 15
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texaschic101
  • texaschic101
Is there any parenthesis in this problem ?
phi
  • phi
is this \[ \frac{a+b}{q}\] or \[ a + \frac{b}{q} \]
Baconfuntimes
  • Baconfuntimes
first one

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phi
  • phi
can you replace the letters with the numbers they give you ?
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
this is just a matter of substitution and solving....not really that hard
Baconfuntimes
  • Baconfuntimes
yes 17+15/7 and there is remainder
Baconfuntimes
  • Baconfuntimes
oh it 4r4
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
leave it a fraction
phi
  • phi
ok, but you should put parens around the first two numbers (17+15)/7 because you are really doing \[ \frac{17+15}{7}\]
Baconfuntimes
  • Baconfuntimes
oh
phi
  • phi
you can write the answer a few ways. If this is multiple choice, then write it to match one of the choices. otherwise you can keep it an improper fraction or write it as a mixed number 4 4/7 (that is 4 and 4/7)
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
or 32/7
Baconfuntimes
  • Baconfuntimes
this is how the equation is show|dw:1443452450868:dw|
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
but your resulting answer can be written in more then 1 way...it can be left as an improper fraction of 32/7....or it can be changed to a mixed number 4 4/7
phi
  • phi
yes, and that means (a+b)/q which can also be written as \[ \frac{a}{q}+\frac{b}{q}\] that might be confusing, but it is the same as adding two fractions with the same denominator either way you will get 4 and 4/7
Baconfuntimes
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ok thanks

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