Math

Lilla read 1/5 of her book last week. This week she read 3 times as much as she read last week. Write an expression to show how much of her book she has left to read. Then simplify the expression.

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1. has read 1/5 + 3/5 = 4/5

= 1/5

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she has read =last week+ this week
=1/5 +3/5
=4/5
=1/5

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3. I had that same problem on my homework it was so confusing

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4. I had that same problem on my homework it was really confusing even though I am really god with math I cannot find this math problem out.

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5. I'm really good at this type of stuff but this one is hard. In my problem on my homework the pages in the book is 75. Since she has read 1/5 last week and 3 times that this week, we would multiply 1/5 times 3/1 to find out how many she earned that week. That equals 3/5. Then add that with the 1/5 from last week, that equals 4/5. Subtract that from 5/5, the whole amount of the book. She needs to read 1/5 of the book, which in my problem is 15. The expression should be, 5/5 - (1/5 times 3/1).

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6. Opps. The expression should be X - (1/5 times 3/1 + 1/5)

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7. I have this question on my home work during queritine I was really really really really HARD!!!!

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