# Im doing combining like terms with rational coefficients and i have a problem that says 11/12 – 1/6q + 5/6q – 1/3

Im doing combining like terms with rational coefficients and i have a problem that says 11/12 - 1/6q + 5/6q - 1/3

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1. wisal96 says:

-14

Step-by-step explanation:

2. issaaamiaaa15 says:

I think it is 9/7n - 5/7

3. drubio102004 says:

Ah yes, one of my favorite topics.

Step 1: Which ever fraction comes first, you will solve it first. For this question, focus on doing $\frac{7}{8}m-2m$ first. Afterwards, do $\frac{9}{10}-\frac{3}{5}$

Step 2: First one equals to 1.125. Next, find the LCD (lowest common dominator, which is 10). $\frac{9}{10} -\frac{6}{10}=\frac{3}{10}$

Step 3: 1.125+3/10

4. isabellam646 says:

-  0. 75 k - 2 .

Step-by-step explanation:

Given  : 0.25k + 1.5 − k − 3.5

To find : Combining like terms with rational coefficients.

Solution : We have given 0.25k + 1.5 − k − 3.5.

On combining like term

0.25 k - k + 1.5 - 3.5.

-  0. 75 k - 2 .

Therefore, -  0. 75 k - 2 .

5. avavackity says:

Step-by-step explanation:

$Combining like terms with rational coefficients 1.17-0.07a+(-3.92a)$
$Combining like terms with rational coefficients 1.17-0.07a+(-3.92a)$
$Combining like terms with rational coefficients 1.17-0.07a+(-3.92a)$

6. carafaith02 says:

−0.75k−2 is the answer to this equation

7. claytonhopkins says:

$- \frac{1}{2} (-3y+10)$

= $- \frac{1}{2} (-3y) + (-\frac{1}{2})(10)$

= $\frac{3}{2}y -\frac{10}{2}$

= $\frac{3}{2}y -5$

8. Amrinderkhattra says:

-6/7p+1/7

Step-by-step explanation:

-4/7p+(-2/7)+1/7

-6/7p+1/7

9. monstax6 says:

Expanding form

$\frac{1}{7}-\frac{9}{7}n+\frac{6}{7}$

$1-\frac{9}{7}n$

Step-by-step explanation:

We are given that $\frac{1}{7}-3(\frac{3}{7}n-\frac{2}{7})$

We have to expand the terms and combine like terms

$\frac{1}{7}-\frac{9}{7}n+\frac{6}{7}$

Expanding form

$\frac{1}{7}-\frac{9}{7}n+\frac{6}{7}$

In the given expression like terms are $\frac{1}{7}$and $\frac{6}{7}$

$\frac{1}{7}+\frac{6}{7}-\frac{9}{7}n$

$\frac{1+6}{7}-\frac{9}{7}n$

$\frac{7}{7}-\frac{9}{7}n$

$1-\frac{9}{7}n$

10. genyjoannerubiera says:

= 11/12 - 1/6q + 5/6q - 1/3
to add like terms, we must first convert 1/3 to a common denominator with 11/12

= 11/12 - 1/6q + 5/6q - 4/12
combine like terms

= (-1/6q + 5/6q) + (11/12 - 4/12)