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1-a, which may or may not be a fraction.

Q: What fraction can you add to a to get a sum of one?

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The process is still that of addition.

Any fraction greater than 3/7.

First you add the fractions, then you see if you can simplify the result. You simplify it just as you would simplify any other fraction.

First add all the fractions together. Then, divide this sum by the total number of fractions that were in the set. This quotient is your average fraction.

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The process is still that of addition.

Add whole, then to the sum put the fraction next to it

Add it to itself.

512 and 6910 are integers so their sum is an integer, not an improper fraction.

5/7

4/7.

i think you take the problem and turn it in to a improper fraction. estimate. add. Vola!

First you add the fractions, then you see if you can simplify the result. You simplify it just as you would simplify any other fraction.

Multiply the whole number by the denominator. Add the product to the numerator of the proper fraction. The sum is the numerator of the improper fraction. The denominator will stay the same.

Sum means to add. You can not add with just one number?

It depends on your level of numerical skill. You can convert the decimal to an approximate fraction and estimate the sum of the two fractions, or you can convert the fraction to an approximate decimal and estimate the sum of the two decimals or, if you are more able you just estimate their sum directly.

The sum of a fraction? Well, to find the sum of the fraction all you do is divide both top and bottom numbers.