anonymous
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I need this problem broke down to it's simplest form. 9357/2520
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PaxPolaris
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3 goes into both
PaxPolaris
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9+3+5+7=24..............2+5+2+0=9
anonymous
  • anonymous
1/4x2/5x3/6x4/7x5/8x9/10 please work this problem for me

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PaxPolaris
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so, \[{9357\over2520} = {3119 \over 840}\] although this may not be the simplest form... for that factor 840, because it's easier...\[840 = 84 \times 10 = 12 \times 7 \times 10\]\[ = \Large 2^3\times 3 \times 5 \times 7\] 2, 3, and 5 don't go into 3119, so try 7... it doesn't go either... so final anwer is 3119/840
PaxPolaris
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\[\Large\frac14\times \frac25 \times \frac36 \times \frac47\times \frac58\times \frac9{10}\]
PaxPolaris
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\[=\frac14\times \frac25 \times \frac {\cancel3} {\cancel62} \times \frac47\times \frac58\times \frac9{10}\]
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\[=\frac14\times \frac{\cancel2}5 \times \frac1{\cancel2} \times \frac47\times \frac58\times \frac9{10}\]
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\[\frac1{\cancel4}\times \frac1{\cancel5} \times 1 \times \frac{\cancel4}7\times \frac{\cancel5}8\times \frac9{10}\]
PaxPolaris
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\[= \Large {9 \over 7\times 8 \times 10}\]

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