6th grade math

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how do you put 1 and 3/16 and 1 and 7/8 in simplest form and what is the answer?

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    what are you doing, adding them?

    1 3/16 + 1 7/8 =
    19/16 + 15/8=
    19/16+30/16= 49/16 = 3 1/16

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