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Ling is using fraction strips to add 2/3 and 7/12's The sum is one whole Plus how many twelves?

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Answer 1
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Answer:

3/12   (aka 1/4)


Discussion:

2/3 + 7/12   = 8/12 + 7/12                     => as 2/3  = (2*4)/(3*4)   = 8/12      

                  = 15/12

                  = 1 + 3/12



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MrB


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