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Hawkins1993

  • 2 years ago

3 6 over 7 obelus divided by 9????

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  1. Hawkins1993
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    i wish, unfortunately my professor feels math isnt hard enough without these ridiculous terms.

  2. Jack1
    • 2 years ago
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    obelus symbol is: \[.\div \]

  3. Jack1
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    so ur equation is: \[\frac{ 27 }{ 7 } \div9\]

  4. Hawkins1993
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    so how could i possibly divide that? i know i need to turn 9 into a fraction and then flip it into a reciprocal

  5. Jack1
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    divided by 9 = times by 1/9

  6. Hawkins1993
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    2 over 7?

  7. Jack1
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    so same as before, multiplying fractions: times the top terms together over times the bottom terms together =27x1 / 9x7 =?

  8. Hawkins1993
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    27 over 63

  9. Jack1
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    27/63 =3/7

  10. Jack1
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    spot on

  11. Hawkins1993
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    Thanks Again!!!

  12. Jack1
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    welcome dude

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