Before we can combine the fractions, we need to make the denominators equal.

To do that, we need to identify the LCD (least common denominator).

Identifying the LCD is the same as identifying the LCM (least common multiple) of the denominators. The denominators are` 5 ` and `2` .

List the multiples of` 5 ` and `2` .

`5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, ..`

`2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, ... `

Therefore, the LCD `= 10` .

Make the denominators equal to` 10` . For the `3/5` , since `5 * 2 = 10` we multiply the top and bottom of `3/5` by `2` .

(3*2)/(5*2) = (6)/(10)

For the` 1/2` , we know that `2 * 5 = 10` , so we multiply the top and bottom of it by `5` .

`(1*5)/(2*5) = (5)/(10)`

So, we will have:

`35-(10 6/10 + 12 5/10) = 35 - (22 11/10)`

We can subtract the `35` and `22` .

`35 - (22 11/10) = 13 11/10 `

We have an improper fractions here `11/10` . Improper fractions are fractions where

the top is greater than the bottom. To make it as a proper fraction, we use division.

We know that `11` divided by `10` is `1` remainder `1` . Therefore, `11/10 = 1 1/10` .

Therefore, `13 11/10` is equal to `13 + 1 1/10 = 14 1/10` .

The answer is `13 11/10` or `14 1/10.`

it depends on whether you want the answer in decimals or fractions, your answer is 11.9 or 11 9/10.

First you have to get a common denominator within the brackets, which would be 5x2 =10 and solve the fractions to get 53/5 (or 10 3/5) and 25/2 (or 12 1/2)

35- (10 3/5 + 12 1/2) = 35- (53/5 + 25/2) = 35-((106+125)/10)= 119/10 or 11.9 or 11 9/10.

good luck.

35-(10 3/5 + 12 1/2)

Well, violy's steps are correct. However, his(I assume it's a he) final answer is wrong. This is so as he has his error comes in the final step as shown below.

This is wrong as 13 11/10 is in fact 13 + 11/10. However, in actual fact the answer should be 11 9/10 as** it is **13 - 11/10 and **not** 13 + 11/10.

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