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a). 5/12 from -7/12

b). -5/12 from 0

c). -5/9 from 7/9

asked by JOSHI KRATIKA>>>>>>
  1. a)-5/12-(-7/12)
    -5/12+7/12
    2/12
    1/6

    b) -5/12-0
    -5/12

    c) -5/9-7/9
    -12/9
    -4/3

    posted by meena

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