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t/6 - t/14= 1/6

Is there a solution for this problem?

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asked by Amber
  1. Yes, there is a solution.
    Start by getting a common denominator.

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  2. okay so I found the common denominator to be 42. So I think now I do 7t/42-3t/42=1/6.. is that right?

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    posted by Bailey
  3. That looks good!

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