hi, my question is the attachment, i need to know what i would do to work this out:
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Originally Posted by andyboy179 hi, my question is the attachment, i need to know what i would do to work this out: to divide fractions, take the second one (after the division sign), flip it and multiply $\displaystyle \frac 78 \div \frac 23 = \frac 78 \times \frac 32 = \cdots$ do you remember how to multiply fractions?
Originally Posted by Jhevon to divide fractions, take the second one (after the division sign), flip it and multiply $\displaystyle \frac 78 \div \frac 23 = \frac 78 \times \frac 32 = \cdots$ do you remember how to multiply fractions? i think so, do i make the denominator the same like with adding fractions?
Originally Posted by andyboy179 i think so, do i make the denominator the same like with adding fractions? No $\displaystyle \frac{a}{b}\cdot\frac{c}{d}=\frac{a\cdot c}{b\cdot d}$
i know what to do now thanks
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