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1. Rename the mixed numbers with common denominators 2. Add the mixed numbers together to get 15 4/6 3. Subtract the sum from 26 to get 10 1/2 4. Since the only term left on the left is k so k=10 1/2
so u have to add all of the fractions then subtract what you got from 26 1/6 to get K
so do I change 6 1/3 to 19/3 and then change all the ether ones the same way
and when you do that find the lcd for all of them
do I also change the answer of the question not for K but the one after the = sine
here i will give you the fractions
okay since ur denominators are 3, 6, and 2 u have to find a the smallest number that can be divided by 3, 6, 2 any guesses?
3, 6, and 2 dont go into 1 :) 1 goes into them a number that 3, 6, 2 go into is 12
o sorry 12
no its ok ur trying :)
ok so put the number 12 aside and turn the mixed numbers into improper fractions do you know how to do that?
okay so 6 1/3 is going to be what?
good now what is 3 5/6 doing to be?
grat and 5 1/2?
okay so u know have 19/3, 23/2, and 11/2
now you have to find out how many times the denominator goes into 12 how many times does 3 go into 12?
great so you multiply 3*4 to get 12 right? :)
okay so what you do to the bottom you do to the top and since you multiplied the bottom by 4 you multiply the top by 4, so what is 19*4?
great so you have 76/12 move on to the next fraction 23/6 how many times does 6 go into 12?
okay so you would multiply the numerator by 2 so what is 23*2?
oh great! :) so since you have 46 put it over 12, and your fraction is going to be 46/12
so can you do 11/2 by yourself or do you want my help wit it still? :)
I can do it just how do I find out K by doing this and the answer to 11/2 is 23/2
not quite 2 goes into 12 6 times so you would multiply 11*6 and get 66 then put that over 12 to get 66/12
o ya sorry i new that just my mind went blank
no its ok so then u add 76/12+46/12+66/12 but dont add the denominator just the numerators then add /12 to the answer you get :)
188 is 76+46+66
great so 188/12
ok turn 26 1/6 into an improper fraction
157/6 i think
great so how many times does 6 go into 12?
so then u multiply the top by 2 so 156*2=?
great put that over 12 so u have 312/12 and subtract 188/12 remember since the denominators are the same leave them alone so just do 312-188 and put it over /12
wonderful! now turn that into a mixed number do you know how to do that?
yes it is 10 4/12 witch also = 2/6 witch also = 1/3 so 10 1/3
YES! wonderful and 10 1/3 is what K is!
ok thanks sooooooo much can you help with one more
ok ill try i gtg soon tho
ok since there equal fractions turn 4 2/3 into a improper fraction
k i gtg just turn that into an improper fraction multiply the numerator by 3 since 3*3= 9 and whatever you get =Y