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posted by keauanna .
can someone check my answers please
add
3/5 +(8/35) = 13/35
find the reciprocal of 1/3 (94)= 5/3
subtract 7/9(13/18)=3/2
find the reciprocal of 1/9(93)=4/3

the first three are correct.
If the last is this:
1/9 * (12/1), then the reciprocal is
9/12 or 3/4 
thank u
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