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12th Edition

Dale Ewen

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337630580

Chapter 14, Problem 2CR

Textbook Problem

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Simplify:

To determine

**To calculate:** The value of the expression

**Given Information:**

The provided expression is,

**Calculation:**

Consider the provided expression:

Change the sign of the fraction being subtracted,

Tale LCD of denominator as 30

Elementary Technical Mathematics

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