7th grade math Ms. Sue

posted by Delilah

I still cannot figure this one out can you please tell me...

11/12 + (-2/3) = ?
The answer choices are
1/4
13/12
-1/6
-7/12

  1. Ms. Sue

    Ahh -- that's better.

    11/12 - 8/12 = ?

    You'll need to simplify your answer.

  2. Delilah

    3/12 = 1/4
    thanks!!!!

  3. Ms. Sue

    You're welcome!

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