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# 12(q plus q over 3 plus q over 4 minus q over 6)

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Hi pink_bubbles

Have a look at this solution
your question can be rewritten as
12 times (12q/12 + 4q/12 + 3q/12 -2q/12)
= 12 times of (12q+4q+3q-2q)/12
= 12 times 17q/12
=17q
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OK It is a little difficult trying to figure out the fractions you are trying to describe. Are there 3 fractions within the ( ) ? One with a denominator of 3, one with a denominator of 4, and one with a denominator of 6?

If so, the answer is 9q.

You must change the fractions within the ( ) to a common denominator, which would be 12. That would be 8q+3q-2q all over 12. Since it is all being multiplied by 12 outside the brackets, you just cancel the 12 outside and the 12 denominator inside which leaves the 8q+3q-2q which equals 11q-2q which equals 9q.

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