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OpenStudy (anonymous):
Combining like terms.
3. 1 r + 1/2 r

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
just add 1 and 1/2

OpenStudy (anonymous):
unless 3 is part of the problem. is it 3.1 or just 1

OpenStudy (anonymous):
The 3 is what question it is. So its not part of it.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Just 1

OpenStudy (anonymous):
o ok so its just 1.5r isn't it unless u don't use decimals. r u supposed to leave it as an improper fraction?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
Their is no 1.5 in the question?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
i know but 1 + 1/2 is the same as 1 + 0.5

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Oh yeah sorry !

OpenStudy (anonymous):
is that correct then 1.5r ?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Yeah! Thank youuuu! :D

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
ok no problem

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Do you know this one? 1m - 1/2m

OpenStudy (anonymous):
is it 1.5 m

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yepp

OpenStudy (anonymous):
1/4 - 3x + 1/4

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
combining like terms ^^

OpenStudy (anonymous):
but it kind of depends if your teacher wants u to leave it as a fraction or not cuz i know sometimes I'm not supposed to use decimals

OpenStudy (anonymous):
What would it be as a fraction?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
the first one would be 1 1/2r as a mixed number and 3/2r as improper fraction and then the second one would be 1/2m

OpenStudy (anonymous):
the last one you gave me would just be 3x because 1/4 cancels itself out

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