anonymous
  • anonymous
@superdavesuper Math questions, help?
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Kurayami95
  • Kurayami95
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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superdavesuper
  • superdavesuper
@NotSoGoodAtMath-_- fun one....they dont want an accurate ans but just a guess?!?!

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superdavesuper
  • superdavesuper
both fractions are less than 1/2 so their difference should be....
anonymous
  • anonymous
0?
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superdavesuper
  • superdavesuper
calculator....@NotSoGoodAtMath-_-
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
#1 is it 0? cuz 5/24 is less than 1/2
superdavesuper
  • superdavesuper
Correct about #1
superdavesuper
  • superdavesuper
use calculator on the last 2 n match up w the ans....
anonymous
  • anonymous
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superdavesuper
  • superdavesuper
calculator - add two fractions; then check n match for the right ans
anonymous
  • anonymous
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superdavesuper
  • superdavesuper
hmmmm no choice - u have to calculate n show steps in the last 2 @NotSoGoodAtMath-_- ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yea theres no choices u have to work it out D:
superdavesuper
  • superdavesuper
so it is 1/4 + 2/5...
superdavesuper
  • superdavesuper
\[\frac{ a }{ b} + \frac{ c }{ d } = \frac{ a \times d + b \times c}{ b \times d }\]

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