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Complex Fractions: Example 1

**Rule 26:
**** To multiply add or subtract two complex fractions,
convert the fractions to simple fractions and follow the steps you use
to add or subtract two simple fractions.**

**Example 1:**
- Simplify

**Answer:**
. All answers are not small and neat.

**Solution:**
- Simplify the complex fraction . By now you know that the easiest way to convert this fraction to a simple fraction is to multiply it by 1 in the form because operation will remove the 25 and the 30.
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The problem can now be written .

Build each fraction to equivalent fractions with denominators
that contain factors .

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