What's Wrong? Q8(a) v2

17 comments:

  1. Convert to mixed number when we are not supposed to

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  2. m+6n/m+n is already in the simplest form, so no conversion is needed

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  3. m+6n / m = 1 and 5n/m+n is not the same.

    Owen here.

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  4. They do not tell us to convert to mixed number instead, leave it in improper fraction

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  5. we are not supposed to leave in mixed fraction.

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  6. There is no need to convert the improper fraction into mixed fraction .

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  7. When using algebra in fractions, one cannot change the improper fraction into a mixed number.

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  8. Im not that sure bout this question but I think your denominator should be 1...

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  9. You shoulda just leave it in improper fraction

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  10. The person converted it from an improper fraction to a mixed number, when he/she should have just left it as an improper fraction.

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  11. The end fraction should be an improper fraction if it is an algebraic answer

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  12. The form is already the simplest so you do not need to change it into mixed fractions.

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  13. This is another error caused by the fear of not completing the question.

    m+6/m+n is already the answer once again

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  14. It should be left as an improper fraction.

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  15. You cannot take out the m's as they are only part of the numerator and denominator respectively

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  16. The previous fraction was already in the simplest form. You do need to convert it into a mixed number.

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  17. oh. you forgot to put the brackets when you combine them into one fraction...

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