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posted by Lourane .
combine like terms (simplify)
11/14a  1/15b + 1/14a  11/15b
would the correct answer be
12/14a + 10/15b

Watch your + and  signs.
12/14a is correct  but should be simplified to 6/7a
Your other term is wrong.
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