Algebra 1

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What is an equivalent fraction to: 1/4(20z+10)+1/2z-2 1/4.

I don't understand this.

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    1/4(20z+10)+1/2z-2 1/4

    5z + 2.5 + 0.5z - 2.5 = 5 1/2z

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