# Algebra

16 1/4 simplify expression assume all variables represent positive numbers

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1. I see no variables.

16 1/4 is about as simple as it gets, unless you just want a fraction or decimal:

65/4 or 16.25

I suspect you left something out...

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posted by Steve

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