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example?????

well 25 to 15 would that be 5 to 3

yes correct.

thanks... what about 7 over 14x

\[\frac{7}{14x}\]

yes

just think about normally trying to break down fractions.

7/14 = ?

We can also plug in for x.

\[\frac{7}{14 * 2}\]

7/14 isn't 2.

1/2

yes, correct. Now what is \[\frac{7}{14 * 2}\]

noooo hold on 1/4

then solve \[\frac{1}{2 * 2}\]

so 1/4

just remember if it's a bigger # on the bottom, then the bigger number stays.

there.

how would I solve 4xy over 0.25x

are you making this one up?

or is it a legit Q?

no it is one of my questions for work.

I guess we woudl just cancel out.

\[\frac{4xy}{0.25x}\]
\[\frac{4y}{0.25}\]

always important to see what is in both denom and numerator.
Cancelling is HUGE later on in math.

now how many times does 0.25 go into 4?

idk

....... count it out. what's .25 x 2?

.25*2= .50

yup, nowhow much is 4?

0.25 x # = 4????

or now that you know 0.5 you could do 0.5 x # = 4? then double it.

im lost sorry

okay.... 0.25 x 2 = 0.50
0.25 x # = 4????
(0.25 x 2 = 0.50) x # = 4??

how many times does 0.25 go into 4....

nevermind thank you

:) so our final answer is???