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Homework Help: algebra!!!! please help me!!!!

Posted by robert on Friday, June 14, 2013 at 9:35am.

The smallest possible positive value of 1−[(1/w)+(1/x)+(1/y)+(1/z)] where w, x, y, z are odd positive integers, has the form a/b, where a,b are coprime positive integers. Find a+b.

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