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Will somebody PLEASE help me? What do you get when you cross cancell 23 and 45? Will somebody PLEASE help me? What do you get when you cross cancell 23 and 45? @Mathematics
Please write down the whole thing, not just the question, because it's not quite easy to understand this way. Anyhow, you cannot cross cancel these two. 23 is a prime number.
oh ok. thx. I will draw it the best I can. Thank you so much.|dw:1319835048549:dw|
You can't cross cancel these two, but you can cross cancel four and six, so that you have \[\frac{45*2}{23*3}\] So you have \[\frac{90}{69}\] Now you can divide both denominator and numerator by 3 getting 30/23
You can't cross cancel these two, but you can cross cancel four and six, so that you have \[\frac{45*2}{23*3}\] So you have \[\frac{90}{69}\] Now you can divide both denominator and numerator by 3 getting 30/23
Ok. Thank you so much.