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the best graph to use to represent fractions is a pie graph, that is if all the fractions denominators are the same...

You cannot solve fractions. There may be sums or products containing fractions or equations that can be solved. But fractions themselves cannot.

You cannot solve proper fractions. You may be able to solve problems involving fractions but that is NOT the same thing. Furthermore, the solution methods depend on the problem.

Yes.

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You cannot solve a fraction. You can solve a question about fractions, you can carry out basic operations with fractions, convert them from one form to another but none of these is "solving" them.

dissmal means depressing there are no depressing fractions.

Not necessarily, but often it is simpler to convert fractions into decimals to solve the equation.

One can solve equations of motion by graph by taking readings of the point of interception.

The slope is defined as rise/run or y/x. To solve it, you use 2 coordinates from that graph and use the formula m=X1/X2 - Y1/Y2.

That depends what kind of calculation you want to do with the fractions.

You solve it just like they are proper fractions

You can eliminate the fractions before proceeding to solve the equation to allow for easy factorization.

You can use a graph to solve systems of equations by plotting the two equations to see where they intersect

Fractions make no difference to absolute values.

use proportions

Assuming you want to get rid of the fractions, you can multiply both sides of the equations by the greatest common factor of the fractions. Then you can solve the equation normally.

No, thank you.

You make a graph.

The general formula for a cubic graph is y=ax3 + bx2 + cx + d.

I'm trying to find out the same thing...

You basically have to learn separately how to do different things with fractions, including finding a common denominator; converting fractions to a different denominator; simplifying fractions; adding and subtracting fractions; multiplying fractions; dividing fractions.

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A calculator answers math problems to make life easier. A calculator can be used to help solve equations to math problems. A calculator helps cut down the time it takes to solve a problem by helping with addition, multiplication, division, subtraction etc. Some special calculators can solve fractions, graph, and much more.

A graph has two axes, X and Y. A function can be seen on the graph based on the formula with X and Y representing certain properties in the formula.