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multiply 4 2/3 x 3 and 5/6 can someone please explain how to do?
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multiply 4 2/3 x 3 and 5/6 can someone please explain how to do?
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anonymous
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can you rewrite it using parenthesis? is that x a multiplication sign or a x variable?
anonymous
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4 and 2/3 times 3 and 5/6
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post a picture and maybe i can solve it

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anonymous
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you want to multiply all those together?
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yes
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\[\frac{4}{1} * \frac{2}{3} * \frac{3}{1} * \frac{5}{6}\] now simplify \[\frac{4}{1} * \frac{1}{1} * \frac{1}{1} * \frac{5}{3}\] now multiply all numerator with numerators and denominators with denominators and you get \[\frac{20}{3}\]
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hmm okay i forgot ha ha , sorry thanks so much
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no problems

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