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$A1$ Perform the indicated operations and express your answer in simplest
form.
$1$ $\dfrac {2} {9}+\dfrac {3} {5}$ $2.\dfrac {7} {9}-\dfrac {1} {9}$
$3$ $\dfrac {5} {11}+\dfrac {4} {11}$ $4$ $\dfrac {16} {24}$ $\dfrac {6} {12}$
$5$ $\dfrac {7} {20}+\dfrac {3} {8}$ $6$ $\dfrac {4} {9}$ $1$

7th-9th grade

Calculus

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Activity $1$ Perform the indicated operations and express your answer in simplest form.
$1$ $\dfrac {2} {9}+\dfrac {3} {9}+\dfrac {1} {9}$
$2$ $\dfrac {6} {5}+\dfrac {3} {5}-\dfrac {7} {5}$
$3$ $\dfrac {7} {9}-\dfrac {1} {12}$
$4$ $\dfrac {1} {4}+\dfrac {2} {3}$
$5$ $\dfrac {5} {12}-\dfrac {4} {9}$

7th-9th grade

Other

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Perform the indicated operations and express your answer in simplest form.
$1$ $\dfrac {5} {1}+\dfrac {3} {11}$
$2$ $7$ $4$ 4
$8$ $16$
$5$ $6$ $-x-$
$3$ $12$ $5$
$4$ $\dfrac {4} {15}\div \dfrac {6} {12}$
$5$ $\left(\dfrac {4} {6}+\dfrac {1} {3}\right)\times \left(\dfrac {2} {4}+\dfrac {5} {8}\right)$

10th-13th grade

Algebra

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