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4 1/4 x 1 2/5

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  1. anonymous
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    please i need help !

  2. anonymous
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    change mixed number into improper fraction...do you know how to do that?

  3. anonymous
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    yea kinda

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    ok so 4 1/4 changes to 17/4 and 1 2/5 changes to 7/5

  5. anonymous
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    right?

  6. anonymous
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    yea

  7. anonymous
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    then multiply numerators and denominators straight across

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    okay thank you ! :)

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    what did you get?

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    change improper fraction to mixed number?

  11. anonymous
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    119/20?

  12. anonymous
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    yes! now change that to mixed number 119 divided by 20 and get 5 19/20

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    okay so for example would 3 2/7 x 2 5/8 be 8 5/8?

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    YEs, AWESOME!

  15. anonymous
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    okay thanks for the help im so bad with fractions !

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    you're welcome...medal please : )

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    keep practicing...fractions are fun once you master them...anything else you need?

  18. anonymous
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    not right at this moment im still working on some other problems but im sure i will here soon lol.

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    ok

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