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Mentor: Let's try it with the problem 2/7 divided by 2/5. There are several ways to
look at this, but one way is to invert the fraction doing the dividing, and then ...

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Result: 1/2+2/5+6 2/7 = 50370 = 71370 ≅ 7.185714 ... subtracting fractions: 1/2-1/
5-5 • dividing integer and fraction: 5/5 ÷ 1/2 • multiplication of fractions: 1/2*3/5

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do 2/3 - 1/5 to get 7/15 ... To get this, both the top and bottom numbers of the
fraction are divided by the ... For example 3/7 would be 3 divided by 7 = 0.428
571 .

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Get help multiplying and dividing fractions here. ... 1 times 7 equals 7, so we'll
write 7 to the right of the numerators. ... Let's try another example: 3/5 times 2/3.

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Learn to divide two fraction (3/5 ÷ 1/2). The answer will be ... Dividing fractions: 2/
5 ÷ 7/3 ... So we divide the 5 into the 6, figure out how many times it goes. That'll ...

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+ | | +---------+ To divide 2 by 1/5, we divide 2 blocks into pieces the size ... whole
number in the problem with a fraction, like this: 5/7 divided by ...

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Feb 18, 2009 ... Flip over 3/7 or create its reciprocal and then change sign to multiplication: 1/4 ×
7/3 = ... as 7 = 7/1. An example of dividing a fraction by a whole number is: 3/4 ÷ 5
= ... Reduce fraction by dividing top and bottom by 2: 56/3 =.

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4 x 7 = 28. And we multiply the denominators: 5 x 6 = 30. The answer has a ... We
can reduce this fraction by dividing the numerator and denominator by 2:.

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Learn more about fractions, numbers expressed as one number divided by
another, and ... In our example: <sup>5</sup>/4 is the same as 1<sup>1</sup>/4. <sup>3</sup>/2 = 1<sup>1</sup>/2. <sup>101</sup>/7 = 14<sup>3</sup>/7.

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Divide the old denominator into the new denominator, multiply your answer by ....
8 ÷ 4 2. 10/14 = 10 ÷ 2 = 5. 14 ÷ 2 7. Reducing Improper Fractions: - Divide the ...