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i got 480/80

Is this \[2 \times \frac{3}{8}\]?

yes

helooooooooo

you have to multiply only the numerator by the three

oops i meant two

Those are two ways to think about multiplying fractions!

Sorry I took so long!

ok thanks

can u help me in one more

Can you simplify it? Divide top and bottom by 2!
Some teachers require simplification...

Possibly! I have to go soon! You post it, and I'll see if I can help!

1 1/2 divided by 3

If it's very similar, I hope that you can do it on your own, or we can do it together!

So,\[1\frac{1}{2}\div3\]

i got 1 2/20

That is different!

That's not quite right, but we'll get there!
\[1\frac{1}{2}=1+\frac{1}{2}\], right?

yeah

\[1\frac{1}{2}=\frac{3}{2}\]

thanks men

\[=3\div2\]

That's just the fraction...
You still have to divide by 3.

1.5

It's just lucky that \[3\div3=1\], because it made our problem easier! :)

Eric if you want I'll take over from here if you have to go..