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rainbow_rocks03

  • one year ago

PLZ explain, NO direct answers, Will medal for best response.

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  1. rainbow_rocks03
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    I am putting the questions down

  2. rainbow_rocks03
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  3. anonymous
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    First you want to find your denominator. I believe that is the bottom number.

  4. anonymous
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    Do you know how to find that?

  5. anonymous
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    @rainbow_rocks03 to find the denominator you need to find the least common factor that they share.

  6. rainbow_rocks03
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    LCF or LDC OR are they the same thing?

  7. anonymous
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    LCM. Sorry multiple not factor.

  8. anonymous
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    So for 6 and 9 what is the smallest or least common multiple that they share?

  9. rainbow_rocks03
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    oh, its alright...so the LCM for 6 & 9?

  10. anonymous
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    Yes. Do you have an idea what it would be?

  11. rainbow_rocks03
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    the LCM for 6 & 9 is 18?

  12. anonymous
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    Yes. So that is your denominator.

  13. anonymous
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    Now for LCF/R and LCF/L

  14. rainbow_rocks03
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    so now it is 6/18 & 9/18 , right?

  15. anonymous
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    No

  16. rainbow_rocks03
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    oh

  17. anonymous
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    You now have ?/18.

  18. rainbow_rocks03
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    @haleyelizabeth2017 @kimbllse777 @A.S.L.

  19. rainbow_rocks03
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    umm...idk

  20. rainbow_rocks03
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    oh wait!

  21. rainbow_rocks03
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    15/19 ? or no?

  22. anonymous
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    To find the numerator you find the LCF for the Left Denom. and for the R Denom. No

  23. anonymous
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    What is the smallest factor for 6? And what is the smallest factor for 9?

  24. rainbow_rocks03
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    IDK

  25. anonymous
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    What are factors for 6?

  26. anonymous
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    Like for 10 they are 2 and 5. The smallest would be 2.

  27. rainbow_rocks03
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    factors of 6 are 2 and 3...so it would be 2?

  28. anonymous
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    Yes. Now for 9?

  29. rainbow_rocks03
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    factors of 9 are 3 and 9 so 3?

  30. anonymous
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    hi

  31. anonymous
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    Yes. So now you cross multiply. 2•4 3•5 and the you add them together |dw:1444333528189:dw|

  32. anonymous
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    (3•5)+(2•4)=? That is the numerator and then you just simplify

  33. rainbow_rocks03
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    3*5=15 & 2*4=8

  34. rainbow_rocks03
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    @rottweilerkloey I said if you could PLZ stop saying hi.

  35. anonymous
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    Now add 15 and 8

  36. anonymous
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    sorry

  37. rainbow_rocks03
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    it's alright, 15+8=23

  38. anonymous
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    Yes now you have 23/18. You can’t have that so you have to simplify. How many times does 18 go into 23?

  39. rainbow_rocks03
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    umm....idk

  40. anonymous
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    1 time. So 23-18=?

  41. rainbow_rocks03
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    23-18=5

  42. anonymous
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    |dw:1444334066503:dw|

  43. rainbow_rocks03
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    |dw:1444334209110:dw|

  44. anonymous
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    The first one

  45. rainbow_rocks03
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    so that is my answer?

  46. anonymous
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    Yes for the first question that answer is C

  47. rainbow_rocks03
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    YAY thx, will you help with the second one?

  48. anonymous
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    I will and if you don’t mind me asking. What grade are you in?

  49. rainbow_rocks03
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    I am in 7th, why?

  50. rainbow_rocks03
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    BTW I love your profile pic!

  51. anonymous
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    Just wondering and I’m in 10th. And thanks can never go wrong with the Cheshire Cat

  52. rainbow_rocks03
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    I love the Cheshire cat!

  53. anonymous
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    Okay for the second one you need to find the LCM again

  54. rainbow_rocks03
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    ok

  55. rainbow_rocks03
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    but which numbers do I find for the LCM?

  56. anonymous
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    The denominators 8 and 12

  57. rainbow_rocks03
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    so I find the LCM for 8 & 12

  58. anonymous
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    Yes

  59. anonymous
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    At least this is what I think you do. I haven’t done this since 6th grade. 0_o let me check real quick

  60. rainbow_rocks03
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    ok

  61. anonymous
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    Yes it is

  62. rainbow_rocks03
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    ok so the LCM of 8 and 12 is 24?

  63. anonymous
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    Yes

  64. rainbow_rocks03
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    so now it is 8/24 & 12/24?

  65. anonymous
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    No. You basically of the same thing we did the first time. i have to leave in a few minutes so I’ll try and explain fast why it is A.

  66. rainbow_rocks03
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    ok

  67. anonymous
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    You need to convert the 15 into the fraction and same with the 11. 15•12=180+5=185 185/12 11•8=88+1=89 89/8

  68. rainbow_rocks03
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    so my answer is 4 7/24 ? thats why?

  69. anonymous
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    Kinda

  70. rainbow_rocks03
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    ok TY!

  71. rainbow_rocks03
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    or is there still more?

  72. anonymous
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    Go to http://www.tiger-algebra.com and enter it and it should explain. I use it for Algebra 2 and it explains everything. I have to go. I’m sorry I couldn’t help much with the second one!

  73. rainbow_rocks03
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    it's alright TY though!!

  74. rainbow_rocks03
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    but my answer is the first choice?

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