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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

5/6 divided by 3/4 = ???

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  1. anonymous
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    you first need a common bottom number

  2. anonymous
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    her it could be 12 or 24

  3. anonymous
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    twelve probably

  4. anonymous
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    so you times 6 by 2=12 and 4 times 3=12

  5. anonymous
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    for 5/6 you times the bottom number by 2 so you times the top number by 2 too

  6. anonymous
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    the 3/4 you times the bottom number by 3 so you times the top number by 3 too

  7. anonymous
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    SORRY WRONG

  8. anonymous
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    I thought you were adding

  9. anonymous
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    dont worry just flip the other equation upside sown

  10. anonymous
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    so it would be 5/6 x 4/3

  11. anonymous
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    can you do that or not?

  12. anonymous
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    yep got 20/18. whats next?

  13. anonymous
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    then you can simplify if you want to

  14. anonymous
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    okie dokie

  15. anonymous
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    ru alright then?? if yes then bye bye if no, im still here :P

  16. anonymous
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    lol im forgetting how to simplyfy

  17. anonymous
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    divide the top and bottom by the same number until you cant get a lower number anymore

  18. anonymous
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    here its 10/9 or if you want you can put a whole number infront which then makes 1 and 1/9 ok?

  19. anonymous
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    thank u

  20. anonymous
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    welcome :)

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