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Please subtract then give the answer as a mixed numeral. 13 and 1/4 - 5 and 9/16.
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User: Please subtract then give the answer as a mixed numeral. 13 and 1/4 - 5 and 9/16.

Weegy: 14 8/13 - 2 4/13 equals 12.30 or 12 12 3/10
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User: Please multiply, 1 and 1/2 , x ,6 and 2/3.

Weegy: (x+2)(x+4) = x^2 + 6x + 8
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User: please devide 24 by 8 and 2/3.



Weegy: 24 divided by 8 2/3 = 2 10/13
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User: please add and then simplfy. 9/20 + 1/30 + 5/ 40.

Weegy: 9/20+1/30+5/40 = 73/120 =
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how do you add two fractions such as 1/4 and 1/3 which are unlike fractions ?
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1/4 + 1/3=2/7
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what is , 9/20 + 1/30 + 5/40 ?
Weegy: 30+40= 70. Do you have another math question for Weegy? (More)
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9/20 + 1/30 + 5/40 = 73/120
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34.56 / 0.06 = 576
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