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Max and Tanya are painting two adjacent walls of equal area. Max has painted
3/7 of his wall and Tanya has painted
2/5 of her wall.
a) What fraction of the two walls have Max and Tanya painted in total?
b) What fraction of the two walls remains to be painted?

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  1. A - 29/35 of the two walls have been painted
    B - 6/35 remains to be painted

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    posted by Kailey
  2. a. 3/7 + 2/5 = 15/35 + 14/35 = 29/35.

    b. 35/35 - 29/35 = 6/35.

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    posted by Henry

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