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theredhead1617

  • 2 years ago

Convert (Number drawn below.) into a mixed number

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  1. theredhead1617
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    |dw:1350340490347:dw|

  2. hheston
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    4 goes into 15 3 times with a remainder of 3... can you figure out what you get from that?

  3. theredhead1617
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    No I don't understand it

  4. hheston
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    ok, so if 4 goes into 15 3 whole times, then you have a mixed number of 3 and a fraction. to find this fraction, you have remainder of 3 and since you have 15/4, this converts of 3/4. your complete mixed number will be 3 and 3/4, does it make sense now?

  5. theredhead1617
    • 2 years ago
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    Kinda.. can you help me with this one? Convert into a mixed number. |dw:1350340891716:dw|

  6. hheston
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    23x4=92 (so 4 is your main number in this one) 97-92= 5 (your remainder which you put over 23) combined you have 4 and 5/23

  7. theredhead1617
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    List the following fractions in order from least to greatest|dw:1350341179728:dw|

  8. theredhead1617
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    @hheston

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    |dw:1350341387283:dw|

  10. theredhead1617
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    30/50?

  11. hheston
    • 2 years ago
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    yes!

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