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evaluate 7xfor x= 2/3
a. 10 and 1/2 b. 2/21 c. 3/14 d. 4 and 2/3?
I think its d.
evaluate 5/3 divided by 4/n for n= 3
a. 1 and 1/4 b. 2 and 2/9 c. 4/5 d. 9/20
I think a?

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- anonymous

what do you think 7x means? just tell me your answer in english, no need for math.

- anonymous

yes D

- anonymous

I think its four and two thirds

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- anonymous

yes, thats right.

- anonymous

Thanks, and is the second one a??? one and one fourth

- anonymous

(5/3)/(4/3) = (5/3) * (3/4) = (5/4) = 1.25 which is 1 and 1/4

- anonymous

YES!!!!! Thanks for helping guys, I wasnt sure of myself as usual o_o

- anonymous

I'm not sure number 2 question
(5/3)/(4/3)?

- anonymous

yes. I expanded it above.

- anonymous

its 5/3 but you 4/n but we need to find the N for that 4/n which is 1 and 1/4

- anonymous

oh i see what you meant. it is given that n = 3
so (5/3)/(4/n) = (5/3)/(4/3)

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Yeppie :)

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