HI, what is 0.08333333333 as a fraction? Could I have the regular answer and the simplified one? (if it can be simplified? ) Also the question is 11/16 times 4/3.
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its 4/33 not 4/3 sorry.
0.83bar = p
8.3bar = 10p
83.3bar = 100p
100p - 10p = 75
p = 75/90 = 25/30 = 5/6 = 0.83bar
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