Let’s add these

two mixed numbers. 2 and 5/13 plus 7 and 6/13. And the way I like to

think about in my head, I like to separate out the mixed

numbers into the whole number component and the

fractional component. So we can rewrite 2 and

5/13 as 2 plus 5 over 13. And then we can write that plus. And then 7 and 6/13, we can

rewrite as plus 7 plus 6/13. So all I did is I rewrote this. And I essentially

expanded it out. I broke up the mixed numbers

into their whole number parts and their

fractional parts. And then what I

like to do is I like to add the whole number parts. So this 2 plus this

7, so I’ll do that. So I’ll do the 2

plus 7 over here. I’ll add those up. And to that, I will add

the fractional parts. So to that, I will add

the 5/13 to the 6/13. So if we add the whole

number parts, 2 plus 7 is 9, and the fractional

parts, they already have the same denominator

in this problem. 5/13 plus 6/13,

same denominator. You’re going to get 11/13. 5 plus 6 is 11. So you get 9 plus 11/13. Well, that’s just the

same thing as 9 and 11/13. And we are done.

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is this even right??????

Wow, this makes much moe sense and much more easier than the one my teacher taught me. O.o P.S ThANK YOU!

Thx for showing this. 'Cause I will teach tomorrow 😂 😂

can u make a video like this exactly BUT without 2 whole numbers PLS PLS PLS PLS!!!!!! I RLY NEED IT ASAP

Thank you sir 👍🏾😐👍🏾😎

He Makes It To Complected!

Narrorator: Plus 16ths. plus 16ths. Plus 16ths e_o

This helped me work my problems 👍

THIS WORKED ALOT

this helped me with my home work so much thank you !

i could not hear video