HELLOMYNAMEISKAM
  • HELLOMYNAMEISKAM
What is 9/16 + - 1/4? A. 3/4 B. 5/16 C. 2/3 D. 1/4
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malikAsif
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whovianchick
  • whovianchick
|dw:1449858248510:dw| The answer is 5/16
HELLOMYNAMEISKAM
  • HELLOMYNAMEISKAM
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Crystal_Bliss
  • Crystal_Bliss
1.)Simplify 9/16−1/4 2.)Find the Least Common Denominator (LCD) of 9/16,1/4 Method 1: By Listing Multiples List out all multiples of each denominator, and find the first common one. 16 : 16 4 : 4,8,12,16 Therefore, the LCD is 16 Method 2: By Prime Factors List all prime factors of each denominator, and find the union of these primes. 16 : 2,2,2,2 4 : 2,2 Therefore, the LCD is 2×2×2×2=16 Make the denominators the same as the LCD 9/16−1×4/4×4 Simplify. Denominators are now the same 9/16−4 16 Join the denominators 9−4/16 Simplify 5/16 so 5/16 would be your answer. do you see how I did it?
whovianchick
  • whovianchick
When subtracting or adding fractions, you need to make the denominators (the numbers on bottom) the same. To do that, you can multiply one or both of the fractions by a form of one , which can be 4/4, 5/5, or any number over itself. I multiplied 1/4 by 4/4 because 4*4 is 16, and you needed 16 to be your denominator. Get it?
HELLOMYNAMEISKAM
  • HELLOMYNAMEISKAM
yes.
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  • whovianchick
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