6/5 x 7/4

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6/5 x 7/4

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- anonymous

Do you want straight answers? Or how to solve?

- anonymous

how to solve

- anonymous

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- anonymous

kay....INewton, Is loads of help...

- anonymous

\[\frac{6}{5}\times\frac{7}{4} = \frac{6 \times 7}{5 \times 4} = ... \]

- anonymous

See...

- anonymous

42/ 20 then i simplify it?

- anonymous

Yes.

- anonymous

Better to simplify first, then multiply.
I'm new here. I clicked on Equation. How do you do a fraction??

- anonymous

I usually find it better to solve then simplify. That is what I was wondering...

- anonymous

If you simplify first you just have to multiply 3 times 7 over 5 times 2. The numbers are smaller.

- anonymous

So how did INewton, how does someone insert a fraction? I clicked on Equation and I didn't see a way to insert a fraction?

- anonymous

oh...okay..hmm..I'll try that next time.....If anyone knows how to do a fraction, Please tell us! Thanks!:)

- anonymous

It can help to simplify first, but there is really no need here.
\frac{}{}

- anonymous

There isn't a way with the editor, you have to type in the latex directly.

- anonymous

Ooh....cool...Thanks!

- anonymous

Indeed. Sadly, hardly anyone knows LaTeX these days!

- anonymous

Ah, I see. I wonder why they didn't do that? Lots of other math stuff, but no fractions? Awkward. You can see like half the message posts have fractions... Thanks!!

- anonymous

Well, you typically learn it when you get to university, and a lot of the posters here are still in grade school.

- anonymous

This is a test: \frac{2}{3}

- anonymous

I learnt it when I was 16 ^_^ Badass

- anonymous

Yes you are....

- anonymous

Not quite. You have to surround it with the \( \ ) or \[ \ ] (no spaces)

- anonymous

Try
\[ \frac{3}{4}\ ]
but remove the spaces

- anonymous

This is a test: \[\frac{2}{3}\]

- anonymous

Whooppeeeee!

- anonymous

Cool!

- anonymous

One part of LaTeX code down, a million or so more to go :D

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lol. I fanned you FF, and I fanned vane....

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yeah...cool, my first visit was, less then a week ago....I've used it SO often....I'm loving this site!

- anonymous

i understand how to work this problems ! im so happy!! lol. thanks guys :)

- anonymous

i didn't do much lol...

- anonymous

lol. but u still helped me :)

- anonymous

really?!

- anonymous

yes :)

- anonymous

Thanks! Glad to help!

- anonymous

:)

- anonymous

:)

- radar

\[\frac{3\sqrt{5}}{7}\] this is just a test

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