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Fraction -[-(--3/6)+(--6/-6)

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Let me help you with some steps;
1. Solve d fractions in the inner brackets first.
2.You should get -[(-1/2)+(-1)]
3.The rest is easy:-[ -(3/2) ]
4. your answer is 3/2

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