2 and 5/6 * 8 and 4/7= ?? Answer needs to be a mixed number in simplest terms

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2 and 5/6 * 8 and 4/7= ?? Answer needs to be a mixed number in simplest terms

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are the "and"s multiplication?

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no they are mixed numbers

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so: \[\large 2\frac{ 5 }{ 6 } \times 8\frac{ 4 }{ 7 }\]

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What is the LCM?

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lcm?

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Least Common Multiple

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um i dont knoooowwwww?

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We need a common Denominator

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Which means we need the bottom number to be the same in both of the fractions.

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ok well listen..i know youre really trying to help me and im not trying to be mean or anything...and im sorry if you take as mean...but im in summer school and i only have 2 days left to get done with algebra.....you think we could kinda speed thru this...youd be my hero... like fr

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6x7 = 42
7x6 = 42
42 is our LCM because it's the lowest number these two share in common when you multiply them

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ok so now what?

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it needs to be a mixed number

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next we change the real numbers into a fraction

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how?

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Just like that

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i know!

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only add the tops

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you could have told me that.................

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479 @___@

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I plugged it into my calculator and it comes out to 170/7

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do you need a mixed number?

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yes ...

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24 and 2/7

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im in a hurry just remember that...i cant just sit here and fool around..sorry

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I know. I tried to be quick but also explain it to you as well

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well thats sweet...ill give you a medal if you help me with my next one???

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ok

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it needs to be a mixed number in simplest terms again just saying.....i cant really read that sorry lol

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multiply those???

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no
5x42= 210

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ok?

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add the tops???

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Yes

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33 and 1/3

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???

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no multiply

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58,800

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now multiply the bottoms

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1764

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mixed number??

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there your medal

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any more?

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Can you try this one yourself? Or would you like me to walk you through it again?

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nah i will do it

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tell me your answer when youre done

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anything?

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