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12 1/3 + 7 7/15

switch fractions to improper fractions then find a common denominator

to find improper fraction of 12 1/3 multiply whole number (12) by the denominator of the fraction (3) then add the numerator of the fraction (1)

therefore improper fraction will be 37/3

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