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help Write your answer in simplest form.

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  1. anonymous
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    |dw:1443032207523:dw|

  2. calculusxy
    • one year ago
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    convert 3 1/8 to an improper fraction

  3. anonymous
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    oh ok one sec

  4. anonymous
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    5

  5. anonymous
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    over 2

  6. calculusxy
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    \[(3 \times 8) + 1 = \]

  7. calculusxy
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    put that over the current denominator (8)

  8. anonymous
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    oh im stupid xD

  9. anonymous
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    25 over two i think

  10. anonymous
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    sorry half asleep

  11. calculusxy
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    you mean \[\frac{ 25 }{ 8 }\]

  12. anonymous
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    yes but the compuer be stupid

  13. anonymous
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    oh wait i stupid

  14. calculusxy
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    there's a method called keep, change, flip keep the first fraction change the division to multiplication flip (find the reciprocal) of the second fraction

  15. calculusxy
    • one year ago
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    can you set up the division expression into a multiplication one with the way that I told u?

  16. anonymous
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    omg i know that lol i just get confused

  17. anonymous
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    yes

  18. anonymous
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    yes i think u can

  19. calculusxy
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    can you please just write down the expression.

  20. anonymous
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    ok

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