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hi are you there right now?
ok so we want to divide |dw:1435146957705:dw| right?
do you know how to change a mixed fraction into an improper fraction?
do you mind just giving me the answer I don't have much time
I can't give direct answers because it is against OpenStudy's Code of Conduct.
ahh I see,
yeah it's written in stone "Don't devalue the question/answer process! Don't provide someone with just the answer - explain the process, and help guide them through understanding the problem. Don't just provide the answer to a problem when someone else is in the middle of helping! But if you want to help, by all means, join in!?
can you like, give it to me in a way that doesn't break the rules?
I can try but I can't guarantee it.
I was asking if you knew how to change a mixed fraction into an improper fraction
division for fractions don't exist.. all fraction problems that ask for division require the second fraction to be flipped and multiplication is being used instead.
that's why for this problem it's easier to convert the mixed fraction into an improper fraction.. and then flip the second fraction
for the first fraction |dw:1435147425986:dw| what is 8 x 6 + 1 ?
yes so our first improper fraction is 49/6
now what's 3 x 4 + 2 for the second fraction
so the second improper fraction is 14/6
now flip the second fraction... instead of 14/6. I should have?
how do I do that lmao
oh no wait. I got the denominator wrong for the second one.
but how do I do that
so I flip the second fraction.. for example my second fraction is 15/6 .. if I flip it it's 6/15
so what's the flipped version of 14/3
mhm that second fraction is no longer in the denominator and now we use multiplication |dw:1435147808629:dw|
before we multiply we notice that we have numbers we can reduce
|dw:1435147886573:dw| now you can multiply. Can you tell me what the answer is?
3/3 = 1 6/3 = 2 that's why I reduced and to make multiplication easy ^^
so its 2 1/2?
umm... ok first what's 49 x 1?
and what is 14 x 2?
|dw:1435148038259:dw| yup that's the improper fraction. Are you required to change it back into a mixed fraction?
because if not we can leave it like this
wait we can reduce lol just divide 49/7 and 28/7. what are they
1 and 4
the second one is correct what is 49 /7 ?
what is 7 x 7 ?
mhm! 49 / 7 gives back 7
so for mixed fraction form we just divide 4 by 7
and we're done :)
I knew it man
I'll help you on your other question :D
you saw it?