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  • 5 years ago

1 3/7 *2/6 SOLVE N SHOW WORK

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  1. anonymous
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    10/7 * 2/6 20/42 10/21

  2. anonymous
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    thank u could u do another so that i understand fully

  3. anonymous
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    sure

  4. anonymous
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    7 6/9* 1/3

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    69/9 * 1/3 23/9

  6. anonymous
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    so what do i do when the problem look like 1 6/12* 7 2/46

  7. anonymous
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    what do you think? what have i been doing? just do exactly the same thing

  8. anonymous
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    change it to improper form and multiply and then simplify

  9. anonymous
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    ok thanks but please dont get upset i m only n the 5th grade

  10. anonymous
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    i'm not getting upset? oO i'm just saying think about it

  11. anonymous
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    do you know how to get it into improper form?

  12. anonymous
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    i * the bottom number with the whole number then i add the top number once i have done that i do the same with the other side then i * the 2 fractions 2gether right

  13. anonymous
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    yup

  14. anonymous
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    do you want to try it?

  15. anonymous
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    sure give me a problem

  16. anonymous
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    how bout that one that you just gave me 1 6/12* 7 2/46

  17. anonymous
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    ok i got 5832/552

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    that's right, but you need to simplify it do you know how?

  19. anonymous
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    trying 2 do that now

  20. anonymous
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    i think i got it 243/23

  21. anonymous
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    and also, those are huge numbers, you can make your life a lot easier if you simplify before you multiply, like this \[\frac{18}{12} * \frac{324}{46} = \frac{3}{2}*\frac{162}{23} = \frac{3}{1}*\frac{81}{23} = \frac{243}{23}\] you got it right if you simplify before you multiply, it will be easier to get the answer make sense?

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    i got it thank u 4 all the help

  23. anonymous
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    no problem good lucks

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