Q 12) The sum of two rational numbers is – 3. If one of the numbers is (-7)/5 , find the other number. O (-8)/5 O (8)/5<

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Q 12) The sum of two rational
numbers is – 3. If one of the numbers
is (-7)/5 , find the other number.
O (-8)/5
O (8)/5
O (-6)/5
O 6/5​

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Samantha 4 weeks 2021-08-16T11:06:34+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-08-16T11:07:49+00:00

    Answer:

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    Given:

    • sum of two rational number is (-3)
    • one of the numbers is (-7)/5

    To find:

    • the other number

    Solution:

    According to the Q,

    x +  \frac{( - 7)}{5}  = ( - 3)

     =  >  \frac{5x - 7}{5}  = ( - 3)

     =  > 5x - 7 = ( - 15)

     =  > 5x =  ( - 15) + 7

     =  > 5x = ( - 8)

     =  > x =  \frac{( - 8)}{5}

    Hence the other number will be (-8)/5

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    2021-08-16T11:08:23+00:00

    Given :

    • Sum of two rational numbers = -3
    • One of the number = -7/5

    To find :

    • Other number

    Solution :

    ★ Let the other number be x

    According to the question

    → x + (-7)/5 = -3

    → x = 7/5 – 3

    → x = 7 – 15/5

    → x = -8/5

    Hence,

    • Other rational number is 8/5

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