Alegebra 1B

7x/16-x/16

When you have the same denominators (numbers on the bottom), you can just subtract the numerators (#s on the top)

So
7x-x = 6x

So the answer is
6x/16

Matt

x-5+(-6)-6=0

x-5+(-6)-6=0

wa zup

i think she is right i mean she is right

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