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  • one year ago

Find the Product. Make your answer as a Mixed Number in Simplest Terms.

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  1. anonymous
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    |dw:1435532689892:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    @nincompoop can you please help?

  3. anonymous
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    or anybody...this is a mastery test on platoweb.com and i gotta get it done

  4. anonymous
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    I got this. Hold on a sec.

  5. anonymous
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    thank you

  6. anonymous
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    can you firgure it out @GeniousCreation

  7. anonymous
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    4 4/9 x 7 ⅕ = Simplify first: 4 4/9 = 40/9 7 ⅕ = 36/5 Now: 40/9 x 36/5 = 1440/45 = 32

  8. anonymous
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    So the final answer is: 32

  9. anonymous
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    i know i already got that but it needs to be a mixed number

  10. anonymous
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    Wouldn't that be like improper fraction?

  11. anonymous
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    whats 1440/45 in mixed number form?

  12. anonymous
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    32

  13. anonymous
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    no like it would be |dw:1435533460312:dw|

  14. anonymous
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    ill be right back

  15. anonymous
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    Yes, 1 is the whole number and 2/3 is the fraction. However, you cannot put it in mixed form because 32 is a whole number.

  16. anonymous
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    @Luigi0210 : Could you please see to this?

  17. anonymous
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    all i know is it said was to make it a mixed number...it has to be right cause its a mstery test..

  18. anonymous
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    Give it a shot. Try 32.

  19. anonymous
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    heeeeeeeeyyyyyy it worked lmao thanks..sorry for thinking it wasnt right

  20. anonymous
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    heres a medal for ya since i thought it wasnt

  21. Luigi0210
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    Well, it is possible to put it into an improper fraction, but great, it worked, yay \(\Huge \color{\red}{\star} \)

  22. anonymous
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    lol.

  23. anonymous
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    i have another wanna help?

  24. anonymous
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    Sure.

  25. anonymous
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    |dw:1435534181447:dw| same question as last

  26. anonymous
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    isnt it 15 and 5/9 ???

  27. anonymous
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    Remember the rules. Simplify. 2 4/5 = 14/5 5 5/9 = 50/9 14/5 x 50/9= 700/45 = 15 24/45

  28. anonymous
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    that was incorrect T_T

  29. anonymous
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    i think mine was right :(

  30. anonymous
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    What was your answer?

  31. anonymous
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    15 and 5/9

  32. anonymous
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    i used mathway.com

  33. anonymous
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    How did you get it?

  34. anonymous
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    Sorry about the mistake before.

  35. anonymous
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    its ok...i can only miss 2 of 10 i have to make atleast 8 right..ive only missed one

  36. anonymous
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    Good luck.

  37. anonymous
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    thanks

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