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What is 35 13/18 - 24 7/18 (by the way 13/18 and 7/18 are fractions)?


Am i right, i think it is 11 6/18.

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    Right.

    Simplified -- 11 6/18 = 11 1/3

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    THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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