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rainbow_rocks03

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    @haleyelizabeth2017

  3. Vocaloid
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    focus on the fraction part for now do you know how to add 11/12 and 1/4 together?

  4. rainbow_rocks03
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    umm part the denominators the same number?

  5. Vocaloid
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    right, so rewrite 1/4 so that the denominator is 12

  6. rainbow_rocks03
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    um idk how

  7. rainbow_rocks03
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    well i forgot how actually

  8. Vocaloid
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    ok, what number do you have to multiply by 4 to get 12?

  9. rainbow_rocks03
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    umm 3 right?

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    @Vocaloid ?

  11. rainbow_rocks03
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    @haleyelizabeth2017 ??

  12. Vocaloid
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    good, so now we convert 1/4 to twelfths by multiplying the numerator and the denominator by 3

  13. Vocaloid
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    1/4 = 3/12

  14. Vocaloid
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    so 3/12 + 11/12 = ?

  15. rainbow_rocks03
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    3+11=14/12 ?

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    good, now we convert that back into a mixed number 14/12 = 1 and 2/12 = 1 and 1/6 now add in the 10 and the 7 from the original problem and you're done.

  17. rainbow_rocks03
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    um how? :/

  18. rainbow_rocks03
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    @Vocaloid !!??

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