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  • one year ago

Please, please help me-grade 8 math (attachment)

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  1. anonymous
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    @baconbaby1334

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    First change the fraction so that they don't have a whole numbers. Then do the keep it, change it, flip it thing

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    I got 30/63 I don't know how to make it smaller

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    it WOULD help o just have the answers though....

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    to**

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    \[\large 2\frac{1}{3}~=~\frac{7}{3}\]\[\large 2\frac{1}{2}~=~\frac{5}{2}\] \[\large \frac{7}{3} \div \frac{5}{2}~=~\frac{7}{3} \times \frac{2}{5}\]

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    0.9333333333333333333 but what is that as a fraction?

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    \[\large \frac{7}{3} \times \frac{2}{5}~=~\frac{7 \times 2}{3 \times 5}\]

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    CAN I PLEEEEEEAAAAASSSEEEE JUST HAVE THE ANSWER!?!

  11. anonymous
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    Can you multiply 7 and 2 together? How about 3 and 5?

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    14, and 15

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    ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh thanks

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    Soo \[\large \frac{7 \times 2}{3 \times 5}~=~\frac{14}{15}\] and \[\huge \color{aqua}N\color{fuchsia}o \space \color{lime}P \color{orange}r \color{blue}o \color{maroon}b \color{red}l \color{olive}e \color{purple}m \ddot\smile \]

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