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what is the sum of these mixed numbers?
5 2/3, 3 3/4, 13 1/6, 8 1/2. pleaseeeeeeeee helpppppppp meeeeeeeeee!!!!

asked by Michey
  1. Change the fractions to equivalent fractions using 12 as the common denominator.

    Then add the numerators. What do you get?

    posted by Ms. Sue

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