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its my school website
@coolguy33 he is asking you to answer the question
He is asking me to answer the question?
Well, first you need to transfer to fractions to have the same denominator. what is a common number between 8 and 3?
oh because when i saw static k12 i thought you were talking about my school
Oh yeah I'm in k12
sorry if i didnt help
Okay, and what you do to the bottom you do to the top. So, whatever you multiplied 8 by to get 24, you have to multiply the numerator by.
It's okay haha
wouldn't that end up 24/24
After doing this, you will have 2 new fractions :) then, you multiply them. (Hint: when multiplying fractions, the numerator STAYS THE SAME. you dont change it.)
I don't understand this
You dont multiply the bigger numbers. We were just working with the fractions to get the same denominator.
I was wrong
@alurahenderson does the drawings help you understand?
I think yeah thank you
No problem :) If you have anymore questions let me know :)
It was 14 5/8 @MonKiwi