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Yumira

  • one year ago

I Forgot How To Convert A fractions into whole numbers They Decided To Bring old Things Up Great -.- Helpp Please !

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    Example problem?

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    484/14

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    \[484\div14\]There are a few ways to do this, do you want to do long division and see what your remainder is? Your answer will be in the form of\[W\frac{r}{14}\]14 goes into 484 some W whole times with r remainder.

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    Ohh Ok I got It Now Than :D

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    Thanks :D *

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