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**1**/3) * (**1**+**1**/**2**) = ? FRACTIONS ? first add the fractions together... the top number of the**fraction**. 3 times 3 plus**1**=10**1**times**2**plus**1**=3 (10/3) * (3/**2**) = ? Now...3 Answers · Education & Reference · 23/02/2010

**1 2**/3 +**2 1**/**2**= 5/3 + 5/**2**= 10/6 +15/6 = 25/6 = 4**1**/64 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/04/2012

ok, so heres how you do it:

**1**/**2**+ 5/8 = 4/8 + 5/8 = 9/8 OR**1 1**/8 in order to add fractions together, the two denominators need to be the same. in the second step...9 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 13/07/2010

...negative exponent is always the reciprocal of what its base. And a fractional exponent is some root of the base, and a

**1**/**2**exponent is the same as taking a square root. So x^(-**1**/**2**...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 25/10/2009

3/4 -

**1**/**2**change the second term to 4ths (**2**/4 =**1**/**2**) 3/4 -**2**/4 =**1**/4 to divide anything... the same tricks again: 21 3/8 = (21*83 + 3) / 8 = 171 / 8 4**1**/**2**= (4***2**+**1**) /**2**= 9 /**2**= 36 / 4 21 3/8 + 4**1**/**2**= 171 / 8 + 36 / 8 = 207 / 8 = 25...6 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 10/02/2010

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**fraction**) {(**1**/4n) - (**1**/**2**)} * {(5n) - (20n)} NOW, LET'S COMBINE LIKE...5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/03/2007

multiplying fractions : 3-

**1**/**2*** 4-7/8 Convert the...by 39/5 23/10 * 5/39 23/**2*****1**/39 Cancelling ... cannot reduce this**fraction**because 78 isn t divisible by 23...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/09/2008

...can express: (5x -

**1**) / [(x -**2**)(x +**1**)] as the sum of two fractions , one with a denominator of... then the partial**fraction**decomposition looks like: [3 / (x -**2**)] + [**2**/ (x +**1**)]. We check ...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/07/2008

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**2**) = A/(x +**1**) + B/(x -**2**) Multiply through by (x +**1**)(x -**2**) to clear fractions .**1**= A(x -**2**) + B(x +**1**) Simplify right-hand side.**1**= ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/09/2009

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**1**/**2**multiply 8 by**2**and you get 16 then add**1**and you get 17. and put that over**2**. answer: 17/**2**sorry, i can't explain it very well12 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11/05/2007