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    the answer would be 81

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    since you could cross out the divide and multiply by the inverse

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    |dw:1350959957191:dw|

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    Remember: whenever you are dividing a fraction, flip it over and change the division symbol to a multiplication symbol.

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    So, you flip the fractions, and just multiply across?

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    yes exactly what @muntoo said, just flip the fraction that you are dividing

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    awesome, thank you :)

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