alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
WHAT IS http://static.k12.com/bank_packages/files/media/mathml_552862f90bfbe453398cd3b94a994738aebc8c3d_1.gif
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anonymous
  • anonymous
its my school website
alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
HUH?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@coolguy33 he is asking you to answer the question

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alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
He is asking me to answer the question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, first you need to transfer to fractions to have the same denominator. what is a common number between 8 and 3?
alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
24
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh because when i saw static k12 i thought you were talking about my school
alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
Oh yeah I'm in k12
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry if i didnt help
anonymous
  • anonymous
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.
alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
It's okay haha
alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
wouldn't that end up 24/24
anonymous
  • anonymous
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.)
alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
I don't understand this
alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
14 (5/8)????
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
You dont multiply the bigger numbers. We were just working with the fractions to get the same denominator.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
I was wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
@alurahenderson does the drawings help you understand?
alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
I think yeah thank you
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem :) If you have anymore questions let me know :)
alurahenderson
  • alurahenderson
It was 14 5/8 @MonKiwi

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