CookieMonster18
  • CookieMonster18
1.Simplify: 3/2+(-7/3)
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jamiebookeater
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mathmale
  • mathmale
You'd probably find this problem to be slightly easier if you'd rewrite it as\[\frac{ 3 }{ 2 }+(\frac{ -7 }{ 3 })\]
mathmale
  • mathmale
To add or subtract two fractions, we MUST first manipulate them so that they have the same denominator, which we call the Least Common Denominator. Can you find the LCD by looking at the denominators of these 2 given fractions?
CookieMonster18
  • CookieMonster18
-0.8333333

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CookieMonster18
  • CookieMonster18
@mathmale
Crystal_Bliss
  • Crystal_Bliss
-0.8333333 would be your answer for decimal form. is there anything else you need?
CookieMonster18
  • CookieMonster18
how do I turn it into a fraction? @Crystal_Bliss
Crystal_Bliss
  • Crystal_Bliss
oh thats what i thought you needed
Crystal_Bliss
  • Crystal_Bliss
Simplify brackets 3/2 − 7/3 2 Simplify −5/6 <------ would be your fraction and you divide t and it would give you your decimal form so you just simplify the brackets.
Crystal_Bliss
  • Crystal_Bliss
so do you get it now? @CookieMonster18
CookieMonster18
  • CookieMonster18
a little bit. but not quit but thank you @Crystal_Bliss :) I been waiting for someone to help me for a while now on this 1 question
Crystal_Bliss
  • Crystal_Bliss
your welcome

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