Problem

Learning Task $2$ Perform the indicated operations.
1. $\dfrac {3} {7}+\dfrac {9} {14}=$ 6. $\dfrac {3} {7}\times \dfrac {4} {5}$
$\dfrac {5} {8}\times \left(-\dfrac {5} {3}\right)$
$2$ $\dfrac {1} {6}+\dfrac {3} {4}=$ $7.$
$\dfrac {3} {4}\div \dfrac {2} {5}$
$3$ $\dfrac {4} {6}+\dfrac {4} {18}=$ $8$
$6$ $18$ $\dfrac {4} {5}-\dfrac {6} {15}=$ $\dfrac {9} {10}\div \left(-\dfrac {4} {5}\right)$
$4$ $\dfrac {4} {6}+1$ $\dfrac {4} {5}--$ $15$ $2-\dfrac {3} {6}=$ $5$ 9.
$5$ $10.$ $3\dfrac {6} {7}\times 2\dfrac {2} {5}$

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Qanda teacher - Virender

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