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1^{st} number: 10/50, 2^{nd} number: 4 0/10

1050 + 4010 is 215.

- Find the least common denominator or LCM of the two denominators:

LCM of 50 and 10 is**50**

Next, find the equivalent fraction of both fractional numbers with denominator 50 - For the 1st fraction, since 50 × 1 = 50,

1050 = 10 × 150 × 1 = 1050 - Likewise, for the 2nd fraction, since 10 × 5 = 50,

4010 = 40 × 510 × 5 = 20050 - Add the two like fractions:

1050 + 20050 = 10 + 20050 = 21050 - 210/50 simplified gives 215
- So, 10/50 + 40/10 = 21/5

In mixed form: 415

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