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Write a mixed numeral for the answer.
17 3/5 - 14 23/27

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asked by Sadara
  1. 17 3/5 = 16 8/5 = 16 56/135

    14 23/27 = 14 115/135

    Take it from there.

  2. 2 101/135
    Something went wrong I think?

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    posted by Sadara
  3. You are right.

    I goofed.

    17 3/5 = 16 8/5 = 16 216/135

    16 216/135 - 14 115/135 = 2 101/135

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