Q: What is 2 over 5 of 35?

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What can 5 and 7 go into together? 35! So then it would be 14 over 35 and 5 over 35. I got the 14 from multiplying 7 to both the top and bottom of 2 over 5, so it would be: 2 x 7= 14, 1 x 5= 5 5 x 7= 35 and 7 x 5= 35 so 14 over 35 and 5 over 35.

(3/7) - (2/5) = (15/35) - (14/35) = 1/35

6/35

2/5 + 3/7 = 14/35 + 15/35 = 29/35

2/5 + 3/7 = 14/35 + 15/35 = 29/35

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2/5 + 2/7 = 24/35 2/5 + 2/7 =(2/5 * 7/7) + (2/7 * 5/5) =14/35 + 10/35 =24/35

What can 5 and 7 go into together? 35! So then it would be 14 over 35 and 5 over 35. I got the 14 from multiplying 7 to both the top and bottom of 2 over 5, so it would be: 2 x 7= 14, 1 x 5= 5 5 x 7= 35 and 7 x 5= 35 so 14 over 35 and 5 over 35.

2/5 + 6/7 = (2×7)/(5×7) + (6×5)/(7×5) = 14/35 + 30/35 = (14+30)/35 = 44/35 = (35+9)/35 = 1 9/35

(3/7) - (2/5) = (15/35) - (14/35) = 1/35

6/35

2/5 + 3/7 = 14/35 + 15/35 = 29/35

2/5 + 3/7 = 14/35 + 15/35 = 29/35

1/5 = 7/35 2/7 = 10/35 7/35 + 10/35 = 17/35

Yes, 2/5 * 7/8 * 5/2 = 35/40. If you multiply, the solution is 70/80, which reduces to 35/40, which can be reduced further to 7/8

It would be 2 over 5

Yes you can. 14/35 reduces to 2/5 14/7 = 2 and 35/7 = 5

2/35