I need help with sixth grade math.

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I need help with sixth grade math.

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- anonymous

what is it...?

- anonymous

its quiz corrections.

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write the problem

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okaay theres a few though.

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thats fine

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\[5/6 \div 1/3\]

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write it in the group chat

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5/6 x 1/3's resipricle which is 3/1.

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so 5 times 3 is...

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and 6 times 1 is...?

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15/6

- anonymous

and u simplify it right so it would be 5/2 but thenwhat

- anonymous

thats your answer to 5/6 divided by 1/3! good job! :)

- anonymous

ooo ty, can you help me out more. :DD

- anonymous

sure:)

- anonymous

ok, 3 divided by 2/3

- anonymous

i know u have to put the 3 over the 1

- anonymous

okay so now you have to turn the 3 to a fraction

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what is three as a fraction?

- anonymous

hmm, uhmmmm, 3/1 right?

- anonymous

yes, so 3/1 times 2/3's resipricle. what is 2/3's resipricle?

- anonymous

3/2, right?

- anonymous

yes, and then you have to multiply it so it would equal 9/2 right.

- anonymous

yes! you got it! any more problems?

- anonymous

alot, its quiz corrections lol.

- anonymous

oh, okay

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bring it! lol

- anonymous

1 2/3 divided by 6

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so now you have to turn the mixed number (1 2/3) into an improper fraction(for example 4/2)

- anonymous

do you know how to do that?

- anonymous

noo i always get confused on that. D;

- anonymous

okay so first you get the denominator (in this case, 3) and multiply it by the number thats on its own (in this case, 1).

- anonymous

what would you get?

- anonymous

3?

- anonymous

yes, then you get 3 and add it to the numerator (in this case, 2)

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6?

- anonymous

3+2 is 5

- anonymous

woops i mean 5, lol

- anonymous

lol its ok

- anonymous

sorry i thought it was 3x2

- anonymous

then you get 5 and make it the numerator on your new fraction and then get the denominator from the mixed number (3), so your new fraction is 5/3.

- anonymous

now take 6 and make it a fraction.

- anonymous

and then make 6/1 a resipricle. so then you finally do the problem. 5/3 x 1/6 =...?

- anonymous

5/18

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is that in its simplest form?

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

good job! now make 5/18 a mixed number. do you know how to do that?

- anonymous

noo.. ;[

- anonymous

okay. ill teach you, but its a little harder.

- anonymous

okay.

- anonymous

wait wait wait, you're done! 5/18 is not an improper fraction so there is no point in making it a mixed number.

- anonymous

ohhh.

- anonymous

okay well I have to go. goodbye, hope you do good on your test! :)

- anonymous

oops i mean quiz

- anonymous

wait, the answer to 5/6 divided by 1/3 is not 5/2

- anonymous

the answer is 15/3, trust me I made a mistake this is the real answer 15/3

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