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Pre-Algebra

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Question:

Evaluate: 5/8 - 3/7=

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Answer:

First you'll have to find a common denominator of the two fractions. The denominator that is shared for the above referenced question is 56. For the first part of the equation, you'll have to multiply the fraction by 7 and for the second fraction a multiplication of 8 will be needed. After that process is completed, the equation will look like this.... 35/56 - 24/56 = Finally, subtract the numerators and leave the denominator alone. The answer is 11/56.

Basic Math

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Question:

Evaluate: 546 + 13 =

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Answer:

For this equation, you add both numeric values. An easy way to solve would be by placing the numbers vertically and adding. For example: 546 013 You first add the numbers in the far right column (6+3), which would give you 9. The number 9 will be written underneath said column. This process needs to be completed for the other columns as well. Next, you add the values in the middle column (4+1 = 5). Finally, the far left column (5+0). The answer for the equation would be 559.

English as a Second Language

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Question:

John ate cookies at a restaurant. Identify the noun/s.

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Answer:

A noun is defined as a person, place or thing . In this instance "John" is a person and "restaurant" is place. Thus your answer would be John and restaurant

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