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Step1: Change all the numbers into fractions. Step 2: Cancel numbers from the top and bottom. Remember, cancelling at this point keeps the numbers smaller...but if you don't do it your answer can... 
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x = prime number y = prime number x+y = 85 1, 84 (neither are prime) 2, 83 (both are prime) 3, 82; 4, 81; 5, 80; 6, 79, ... all evens are paired with a possible odd prime therefore both won't be... 
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There are an infinite number of values on the number line between `1/3` and ```1/4` .`` One way to find a value between is to write equivalent fractions using a common denominator. Because the... 
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If you make a star with overlapping pieces this will create 10 triangles. There will be 5 on the outside and then 5 others on the inside. I've attached a document with the 5 on the inside shaded. ...
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