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4.6 – Complex Fractions Simplifying Complex Fractions Complex Fraction. Defn: A fraction whose numerator or denominator or both contain fractions.

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4.6 – Complex Fractions Simplifying Complex Fractions Simplify.

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4.6 – Complex Fractions Simplifying Complex Fractions Simplify. LCD: 6 LCD: 12

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4.6 – Complex Fractions Simplifying Complex Fractions Simplify. LCD: 12 Alternate Method

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4.6 – Complex Fractions Simplifying Complex Fractions Simplify. LCD: 5

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4.6 – Complex Fractions Order of Operations and Complex Fractions Simplify. LCD: 9

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4.6 – Complex Fractions Order of Operations and Complex Fractions Simplify. LCD: 10

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4.7 – Operations on Mixed Numbers Multiplying and Dividing 1. Write any whole or mixed number as an improper fraction. 2. Use the multiplication and/or division rules of fraction accordingly.

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4.7 – Operations on Mixed Numbers Multiplying and Dividing

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4.7 – Operations on Mixed Numbers Adding and Subtracting 1. Add or subtract the fraction parts of the mixed numbers. 2. Add or subtract the whole numbers. 3. Simplify the answer. LCD: 30

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4.7 – Operations on Mixed Numbers Adding and Subtracting LCD: 15

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4.7 – Operations on Mixed Numbers Adding and Subtracting LCD: 18

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4.7 – Operations on Mixed Numbers Adding and Subtracting LCD: 35

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4.7 – Operations on Mixed Numbers Adding and Subtracting LCD: 12 The girth of a beech tree is feet. The girth of a maple tree is feet. How much larger is the beech tree than the maple tree?

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4.7 – Operations on Mixed Numbers Adding and Subtracting A dress design requires yards of material. How many dresses could be made from a bolt of material that contains 44 yards?

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