Use the cross-product method to find out whether the pair of fractions is equivalent. 2/9, 4/16

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Use the cross-product method to find out whether the pair of fractions is equivalent. 2/9, 4/16

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2*16 = 4 *9 32 = 32 cool
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\[\frac{2}{9} \times \frac{4}{16}\] you multiply across the diagonals. the 2 matches with the 16 and the 9 matches with the 4.

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okay thanks so much i like it a lot better when people can help explain things to me , what about this one? divide using long divison 8 divided by 24,324
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it's hard to explain long division without talking through it, honestly =/ there's a nice wikipedia though. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_division

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