Please Help!! If John puts 2/3 lb. of roast beef on each sandwich. How many sandwiches can he make with 2 2/3 lbs. of roast beef??
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He can make total of 4 sandwiches.
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2 2/3 is a mixed number. So to get the answer you should make it to 8/3 or an improper fraction. In order to do this multiply the whole number which is 2 by the denominator which is the 3. This gives you a numerator of 6 plus the 2 that was already there in the beginning. This gives you 8/3, now you make 1 sandwich using 2/3 lbs. of beef so divide 8/3 by 2/3. It gives you a total of 4. Hope that helped.
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