How do you solve # 2/3 + 2k/4=71/12#?
resolving the mixed fraction
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To solve the equation 2/3 + 2k/4 = 71/12, follow these steps:
 Multiply all terms by the least common denominator (LCD), which is 12.
 Simplify the equation by distributing the LCD.
 Combine like terms and isolate the variable, k.
 Solve for k.
Here are the steps in detail:

Multiply all terms by 12: 12 * (2/3) + 12 * (2k/4) = 12 * (71/12)

Simplify: 8 + 6k = 71

Subtract 8 from both sides: 6k = 63

Divide both sides by 6: k = 63/6 k = 10.5
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