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6/7 + 1/2 = 12/14 + 7/14 = 19/14

Added 72 days ago|9/28/2023 12:22:44 AM

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To solve the problem \( \frac{6}{7} + \frac{1}{2} \), you need to find a common denominator and then add the fractions:

Step 1: Find a common denominator for 7 and 2, which is 14.

Step 2: Rewrite both fractions with the common denominator:

\( \frac{12}{14} + \frac{7}{14} \)

Step 3: Now, you can add the fractions:

\( \frac{12}{14} + \frac{7}{14} = \frac{12 + 7}{14} = \frac{19}{14} \)

So, \( \frac{6}{7} + \frac{1}{2} = \frac{19}{14} \)

Added 73 days ago|9/26/2023 11:29:57 PM

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My answer is correct

Added 73 days ago|9/27/2023 1:57:46 AM

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