Q. 14.3( 149 Votes )

# Find the sum:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

Answer :

The parts of this question are solved below:

**(i)** In order to find the sum of the given fractions

We will follow the following steps:

Therefore,

**(ii)** In order to find the sum of the given fractions

We will follow the following steps:

Therefore,

**(iii)** In order to find the sum of the given fractions

We will follow the following steps:

Therefore,

**(iv)** In order to find the sum of the given fractions

We will follow the following steps:

Therefore,

**(v)** In order to find the sum of the given fractions

We will follow the following steps:

Therefore,

**(vi)** In order to find the sum of the given fractions

We will follow the following steps:

Therefore,

**(vii)** In order to find the sum of the given fractions

We will follow the following steps:

Therefore,

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