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asked Dec 5, 2011 in Pre-Algebra Answers by anonymous

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k+3 3/4 = 5 2/3 -1 1/3

First add the like terms on the same side ( 5 2/3 - 1 1/3 ).

17/3 - 4/3 = 13/3

Then subtract 3 3/4 from 13/3 by creating common denominators.

15/4 = 45/12

13/3 = 52/12

52/12 - 45/12 = 7/12

Once this is done you know the answer for 'k'.

k = 7/12
answered Dec 6, 2011 by kezialesana (180 points)
(K+3)/4-(4k-5)/5=-1
answered Nov 4, 2012 by anonymous

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