anonymous
  • anonymous
Divide. 7/8 ÷ 1/4
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JesseReyna
  • JesseReyna
Hey
JesseReyna
  • JesseReyna
fraction or decimal form?
JesseReyna
  • JesseReyna
3.5 for decimal and 7/2 for fraction form

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JesseReyna
  • JesseReyna
I can explain if you don't understand
Frozen15
  • Frozen15
OK this 7/8 / 1/4 = 0.21875 or as in fraction 7/32 .. hope this helps and 3.5 decimal btw
JesseReyna
  • JesseReyna
A calculator is your best friend
annie12m
  • annie12m
Easy just do 7/8 and then change division to multipulcation then switch the second fraction so itll look like 7/8 times 4/1 and it equals 28/8
JesseReyna
  • JesseReyna
Keep change and flip
Frozen15
  • Frozen15
how did you get 28/8 that's wrong , its not multiplying
annie12m
  • annie12m
Keep the first fraction, flip the sign to multipulcation, then flip the last fraction and then just multiply
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah and loll im this watching y'all argue loll
annie12m
  • annie12m
youll suppose to when it comes to fractions you dont divide
Frozen15
  • Frozen15
fyi @mjmahmood we aren't arguing and u actually can divide fractions , I have known things about fractions for years so I don't understand , you can divide , ask my teacher
anonymous
  • anonymous
i no i was joking
Frozen15
  • Frozen15
Yes you might be somewhat right , but when it comes to dividing fractions , depending on the problem , you can divide though using a little of multiplying but dividing can still be used during fractions
Frozen15
  • Frozen15
oh my bad then @mjmahmood
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's ok i git that alot
Frozen15
  • Frozen15
medal?
denisaboichuk
  • denisaboichuk
28/8

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