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moazzam07

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Mark simplified three over five divided by five over eight.; his work is shown below. Identify where he made his error. Original division problem: three over five divided by five over eight. Step 1: three over five multiplied by eight over five. Step 2: three times eight over five times five. Step 3: twenty-four over five. Step 4: four and four over five. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4

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  1. moazzam07
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    @whpalmer4 please help

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    @DaBest21 can you help me

  3. moazzam07
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    I think its Step 3 because he didnt mulitply the denominators right

  4. itsmichelle29
    • one year ago
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    I think it step 2 but dont trust me on this one sorry

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    step 3 because he did 3*8=24 which is correct but he did 5*5=5 which is incorrect

  7. moazzam07
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    yay

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    so i was right?

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    dont forget to medal and mention me again if u need help

  10. anonymous
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    yes

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    fan too @moazzam07

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    i am already your fan but i need help on another problem

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