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  • one year ago

MATH HELP ASAPS! FAN AND MEDAL?!?! PROMISE?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Hi

  2. anonymous
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    and the question is ?

  3. B.R
    • one year ago
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    Hello. I have a question; What is the sum?

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    31 over 20

  5. anonymous
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    Or it could be 1 11/20

  6. anonymous
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    you want mixed number or simplified form?

  7. B.R
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    I got 31 / 20 too.

  8. anonymous
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    \[\frac{ 31 }{ 20} \]

  9. B.R
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    Simplified.

  10. anonymous
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    then it would be 1 11/20

  11. B.R
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    Oh! Can you explain why tho?

  12. anonymous
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    you have 31 over 20, how many times does 20 go into 31 evenly?

  13. anonymous
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    Well 20 (20 is your denominator) goes into 31 (31 is your numerator) only one time... So, that one time that 20 goes into 31 would be the 1 you see in front of your fraction. Then, if you subtract 20 from 31, there is 11 left and that would be your new numerator, 11 is a prime number so you cannot simplify it anymore. Does that make sense?

  14. B.R
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    Oh! I get it now.

  15. B.R
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    @maddi4611 But- mistake. 31/ 20. So, I'mma go with that one.

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