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gbeatty eNotes educator| Certified Educator

Due to how the question is written, I'm not sure exactly what  you're asking.

If it is 1 -   7/13 = n/d, then it is 6/13, and n = 6 and d = 13.

If it (1-7)/13, then it is -6/13, and n = -6 and d = 13.

You'll want to check how the original problem is written.

revolution | Student

1-7/13= n/d

Let 1 be 13/13

13/13-7/13= 6/13=n/d (same form)

So, n=6, d=13

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