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Any ideas? :-)
I believe you're going to have to divide to solve this.
@skullpatrol Am I correct? I don't want to be giving them the wrong directions.
You @Liv1234 are correct: Any time you are asked for how many times one thing goes into another ...
Alright. Thank you for reassuring me.
should i divid 4 1/2 and 45
I already solved the problem, but I don't want to say what it is.
I think you should be converting 4 1/2 into a fraction.
o i hate fraction's
You multiply 4 by 2 and then add 1.
When you get the answer to that you put that number over 2.
Or to be exact, multiply the denominator by the number and then add that to the numerator.
so 4x2=8 and 8 plus 1 equals 9
yes, now put the 9 over 2
That isn't your answer, but that's the fraction you need to help you solve the answer.
4 1/2 = 9/2
so i divid now 9 divid 45
You are going to multiply.
If I am not mistaken, it would be something like 9/2 * 45
\[9/2 * 45\]
Whenever you divide fractions, you end up multiplying them.
So, 45/1 * 2/9 (because I think you flip the reciprocal)
were did the 2 come from in 9/2
The mixed number.
And when you multiply that, what do you get?
\[45 * 2/9\]
Whenever you divide fractions, you always multiply the reciprocal. That means you flip the fraction, which is why it is 2/9. Then you multiply.
45 would turn into 45/1 right
45/1 is the same thing as 45.
If it was 1/45 it would be different, but it is 45/1 or 45 in this case.
so the answer is 10/1
so the total answer is 10
I actually enjoyed that.
I mean walking through the problem lol.
It refreshed my memory of fractions.
who want's to help me with another
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