sum of two rational no. is -2 if one of them is (-3/5) , find the other Question sum of two rational no. is -2 if one of them is (-3/5) , find the other in progress 0 Math Isabelle 1 month 2021-08-12T11:12:56+00:00 2021-08-12T11:12:56+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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Step-by-step explanation:let the number be X

thefirstnumberis(–3/5)resultis–2sotheequationisX+(–3/5)=(–2)OPENTHEBRACKETSOWEHAVETOTAKEHELPOFRULE(+)×(–)=(–)SOX-3/5=(–2)INLHS5ISDIVIDINGIFWECHANGETHESIDEITWILLMULTIPLYX-3=(–2)×5X-3=(–10)X=(–10)+3+3BECAUSEWEAREUSINGTHERULEOFCHANGINGSIDEIFWECHANGETHESIDE(+)WILLBECAME(–)AND(–)WILLBECAME(+)SOX=–7IHOPETHISHELPSYOUPLEASEMARKMEBRAINLISTIFYOUUNDERSTANDPLEASELIKEMEUNDERSTANDBETTERFORBETTERMARKSINEXAMAnswer:let the other irrational number be x

x+(-3/2) =-2

x=-2+3/2

x=-1/3

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