# Balloons 2

One balloon is 3 7/10 meters above the ground. A second balloon 2 3/5 meters higher. How far above the ground is the second balloon? Complete the addition equation and a related subtraction equation to model the problem. Use x to represent the height of the second balloon. Enter the correct answers in the boxes.

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