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## Sagot :

Why??? First, you will need to make the denominators even before you even start the problem. In this case, the denominator for both fraction is 40. The new problem is this:16/40+25/40. The answer to this is 41/40, which is an improper fraction, so then you will need to see how many times 40 goes into 41. It goes in once. So that is where you get the whole number. Since there is 1 left over, that will be your numerator and and the denominator stays the same.

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