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(1)/(5)=()/(15) find the number with denominator indicated multiply by 1

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  1. anonymous
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    1/5 = 3/15

  2. anonymous
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    3

  3. anonymous
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    yes, correc

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    yes thats write

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    yhnaks thanks

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    welcome...fan me please

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    (5)/(7)=()/(49) find the number with denominator indicated multiply by 1

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    35

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    yes thats right

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    thank u

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    do u understand...equivalent fractions

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    using multiplying by 1 to find and expression equivalent (17) (14) with a denominator of 14d

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    what would be my equivalte exression be

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    17*14=17/(1/14)

  15. anonymous
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    divide fractions-multiply by the reciprocal (multiplicative inverse)-flip numerator and denominator

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    so the expression will what 17x14=17 /(1/14)

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    yes : )

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    ok

  19. anonymous
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    17/(1/14)

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    nope it d17 d114

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    d17 d14

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    using multiplying by 1 to find and expression equivalent (11) (15) with a denominator of 15x

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    what would be my equivalte exression be

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