Simplify: $$\dfrac{ -4}{3} \times \dfrac{12}{-5} +\dfrac{3}{7}\times \dfrac{21}{15}$$

Asked by Sakshi | 1 year ago |  46

#### 1 Answer

##### Solution :-

$$\dfrac{-4}{1} × \dfrac{4}{-5} + \dfrac{1}{1} × \dfrac{3}{5}$$ (divisible by 3, 7)

= $$\dfrac{ (-4×4)}{(1×-5)} + \dfrac{(1×3)}{(1×5)}$$

= $$\dfrac{ -16}{-5} + \dfrac{3}{5}$$

Since the denominators are same we can add directly

= $$\dfrac{ (16+3)}{5}$$

$$\dfrac{19}{5}$$

Answered by Aaryan | 1 year ago

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