I said 12/12.... i dont understand how its 11, when it says that 1/12 was cooked by "GIRLS" AND 5/12 WAS ALSO COOKED BY GIRLS. his question is confusing.

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You need to work your self backwards and see what would make (4,2)

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Can u explain to me how that goes because I don't really get it.

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**Ans: **

**5/9 pound is left**

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First write out your equation.

If the fractions have the same denominators (bottom numbers).

Write out the number as your denominator for your answer

Add the numerators (top numbers) together, then you have a final answer.

Example: 4/6 + 1/6 = 4+1/ 6 = 5/6

If your fractions have different denominators.

Find the lowest common number that but denominators have in common.

Multiple each the denominator by the number needed to get the lowest common number.

Multiple numerators with the number close to their denominatiors.

Example: 1/3 + 1/4.

The lowest common factor is 12.

1 x 4/ 3 x 4 + 1 x 3/ 4 x 3 = 4/12 + 3/12 = 7/12

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It would be good to show your workings rather than giving the answer

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