Answer :

(i)


Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM


LCM 0f 3 and 4 = 12



And,



Therefore,






(ii)


Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM


LCM 0f 6 and 3 = 6



And,



Therefore,







(iii)


Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM


LCM 0f 9 and 5 = 45



And,



Therefore,







(iv)


We can write,


Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM


LCM 0f 1 and 7 =7



And,



Therefore,







(v)


We can write,


Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM


LCM 0f 1 and 11 = 11



And,



Therefore,







(vi)





(vii)


Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM


LCM 0f 13 and 5 = 65



And,



Therefore,







(viii)


We can write,


Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM


LCM 0f 1 and 7 = 7



And,



Therefore,







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