# SOLUTION: I have another one and I am having the same arguement with my friend. I say these have to be turned into inproper fractions before adding am I correct? Thanks so much for your help

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Numeric Fractions Question 115304: I have another one and I am having the same arguement with my friend. I say these have to be turned into inproper fractions before adding am I correct? Thanks so much for your help. 5 4/5 + 4 5/6 + 1 3/10 = Answer by MathLover1(6625)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! I have another one and I am having the same arguement with my friend. I say these have to be turned into inproper fractions before adding am I correct? Yes, you are . = ....now find LCD.....it is = = = =