Macro Economics

Does anyone know how to calculate the frictional rate of employment...given the following information...
The structural unemployment rate of 2.8%, actual unemployment rate of 7% and cyclical unemployment is 2.0%
I just need to know the formula to use??

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  1. I meant frictional unemployment rate

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  2. I believe the types of unemployment should add up. That is, total=structural+cyclical+frictional

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