# Mathematics

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I need to solve this problem in two diferent ways showing work. I have one way but I don't know what the other way could be the problem is

3 3/4 +5 1/3

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is it 3 * 3/4 + 5 * 1/3?
which way have you done?

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the way u did

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ok well maybe changing them to decimals then adding will count as another way

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