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adovbush

  • one year ago

please answer asap

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  1. adovbush
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    @kweenlexis

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    \[2\frac{ 3 }{ 4 } = ( 2 * 4) + 3/ 4\] = 11/4 as a general rule \[a \frac{ b }{c } = \frac{ (a * c) + b }{ c }\] Now, let the variables be on one side, the numbers on the other. Do the summation.

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    I did not get anything... just give me the right letter lol

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    Do you want direct answer or explanation ?

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    @Chicago_Bulls @chainedecho

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    Final answer is D

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    thanks :)

  9. TrojanPoem
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    Did you benefit ? you didn't learn how to find it on your own.

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    Anyway, you're welcome.

  11. kweenlexis
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    sorry im kinda doing my hair so i couldnt help

  12. adovbush
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    lol

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    :)

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