Math
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Yolanda completed 14/25 of her math problems before her break and 1/5 of her math problems after her break. What fraction of her math problems did she complete?

14/25 + 5/25 = 19/25

19/25

Yes, the answer is 19/25. Make sure you find the Least Common Denominator.

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#1=c
#2=c
#3=B
#4=A
#5=D
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C
C
B
A
D
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