# Math I NEED HELP

So I need the answers ASAP
Question 1 of 7
Ken finished one-fifth of his chores before breakfast and three-fifths of his chores after breakfast. What fraction of his chores does he have finished altogether?
A. Start Fraction 4 over 10 End Fraction
B. Start Fraction 4 over 5 End Fraction
C. three-fifths
D. Start Fraction 2 over 5 End Fraction
Emily bought three-eighths of a pound of white chocolate fudge and two-eighths of a pound of dark chocolate fudge. How much fudge did she buy altogether?
A. three-eighths of a pound
B. Start Fraction 5 over 8 End Fraction of a pound
C. Start Fraction 7 over 8 End Fraction of a pound
D. Start Fraction 5 over 16 End Fraction of a pound
Mario bought Start Fraction 11 over 16 End Fraction pounds of turkey. He used Start Fraction 3 over 16 End Fraction pounds of the turkey to make a sandwich. How much of a pound does he have left? Give your answer in lowest terms.
A. one-half
B. start fraction 1 over 3 end fraction
C. one-fourth
D. start fraction 7 over 8 end fraction
Ron picked seven-tenths bushels of apples. Ben picked nine-tenths bushels of apples. How many bushels of apples did they pick altogether? Give your answer in lowest terms.
A. 1 Start Fraction 3 over 5 End Fraction
B. 1 start fraction one over two end fraction
C. 1 Start Fraction 6 over 10 End Fraction
D. 1 Start Fraction 3 over 10 End Fraction
In January, a plant grew four-fifths of a foot. In February, the same plant grew Start Fraction 2 over 5 End Fraction of a foot. How many feet did it grow in both months?
A. 1 Start Fraction 3 over 10 End Fraction
B. 1 Start Fraction 1 over 10 End Fraction
C. 1 Start Fraction 6 over 10 End Fraction
D. 1 Start Fraction 1 over 5 End Fraction
Select all of the expressions that are equal to five-sevenths .
A. Start Fraction 6 over 7 End Fraction minus Start Fraction 2 over 7 End Fraction
B. Start Fraction 5 over 7 End Fraction plus Start Fraction 1 over 7 End Fraction
C. Start Fraction 3 over 7 End Fraction plus Start Fraction 2 over 7 End Fraction
D. Start Fraction 12 over 14 End Fraction minus Start Fraction 2 over 14 End Fraction
Select the expressions that have a sum that is greater than 1.
A. Start Fraction 3 over 7 End Fraction plus Start Fraction 5 over 7 End Fraction
B. Start Fraction 4 over 9 End Fraction plus Start Fraction 4 over 9 End Fraction
C. Start Fraction 3 over 4 End Fraction plus Start Fraction 1 over 4 End Fraction
D. Start Fraction 7 over 11 End Fraction plus Start Fraction 5 over 11 End Fraction

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1. Help plz
I'm desperate for answers since I'm retaking this after I failed

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2. This is an example of why some questions go unanswered.
The horrible text formatting just makes the eyes bleed.

Why don't you just type the fractions, like 4/9 and 3/4 ?
Nevertheless, you did post only a few, so here goes.
#1. 1/5 + 3/5 = 4/5
#2. When the denominators are all the same, you just need to work with the numerators. 3+2 = 5, so 3/8 + 2/8 = 5/8
#3. 11-3 = 8 and 8/16 = 1/2
#4. 7+9 = 16 and 16/10 = 1 6/10 = 1 3/5
#5. 4+2 = 6
#6. 3+2 = 5; any others?
#7. 3+5 = 8 and 8 > 7, so 8/7 > 1
any others?

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3. imma try oobleck's answers bc im making sure its right for you guys

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4. Okie! so the answes are:

1. B
2. B
3. A
4. A
5. D
6. C & D
7. A & D
(Keep in mind that this is for people that attend to Connexus. If you do not this may not help you, srry! ;-;)

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5. Good job, Aesthetic Lollipop, your correct! %100

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