RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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Jacob’s recipe calls for 4 7/8 cups of raisins. He has 6/11 of the amount that he needs. About how many cups of raisins does Jacob have? Estimate by first rounding each number to the nearest 1/2 . A.4 cups B.5 1/2 C.2 1/2 D.3 1/2 PLZ HELP WILL FAN AND MEDAL
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chestercat
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RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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help plz
escamer
  • escamer
my best guess would be D but im not 100% sure on that, ill tag someone that will know the answer @malcolmmcswain @the_ocean_girl
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
First we need to make 4 7/8 an improper fraction

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RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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ok
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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39/8
malcolmmcswain
  • malcolmmcswain
Ocean beat me D:
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
  • RAINBOWDASHROCKS
lol
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
do you know how to do that?
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
  • RAINBOWDASHROCKS
39/8 is my improper fraction
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
Good! Now when you divide by fractions you have to flip it and the sign. So it would be 39/8 * 11/6
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
  • RAINBOWDASHROCKS
cross multiply?
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
  • RAINBOWDASHROCKS
429/48?
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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hello?
escamer
  • escamer
@YoungStudier ocean_girl had to go do something but this person can help you
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
  • RAINBOWDASHROCKS
ok
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
  • RAINBOWDASHROCKS
i think c
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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anyone here i feel i am texting a wall
YoungStudier
  • YoungStudier
@malcolmmcswain
escamer
  • escamer
mal is doing his college homework young ._.
Thadds2003
  • Thadds2003
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RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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lol
Thadds2003
  • Thadds2003
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RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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i need help though its my last q
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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@ItsKoreyyy
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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i need help
anonymous
  • anonymous
I can try! :P Could you open this up in a new question tab?
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
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dont know how
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
  • RAINBOWDASHROCKS
i think its c but i am not sure
Michele_Laino
  • Michele_Laino
hint: your exercise can be modeled by this computation: \[\frac{6}{{11}} \times \left( {4\frac{7}{8}} \right) = \frac{6}{{11}} \times \left( {4 + \frac{7}{8}} \right) = ...?\]
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
  • RAINBOWDASHROCKS
i got 429/48
RAINBOWDASHROCKS
  • RAINBOWDASHROCKS
is that right

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