So it's something where by 1 divided by 30 first (1/30), then divided by 1 (1/).
Thanks for helping
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Multiplying top and bottom of a fraction by the same thing leaves the value of the fraction unchanged, so here multiply top and bottom of the large fraction by :
Multiplying top and bottom of a fraction by the same thing leaves the value of the fraction unchanged, so here multiply top and bottom of the large fraction by :
Thanks for the answer. Really really apreciate it.
It's hard to explain it here, it's kinda complicated but i just only want to know whether it is mathematically correct.
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It is certainly mathematically correct, but every complex fraction can be simplified to a simple fraction. There aren't many cases where someone would want to leave a final answer as a complex fraction.