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Divide: 55 / 12 = 55 · 21 = 5 · 25 · 1 = 105 = 2. To divide one fraction by another, invert (turn upside-down) the second fraction, then multiply. Calculator perform ...

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If you divide 5 by 2, the answer is 2.5. If you divide 5 by 1/2, do you expect the same thing as dividing by 2? If you divide by a number bigger ...

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Now we know 1/2 times 7/10 equals 7/20. We could also say 1/2 of 7/10 is 7/20. Let's try another example: 3/5 times 2/3. First, we'll multiply our numerators.

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Dividing two fractions is the same as multiplying the first fraction by the reciprocal of the second fraction. The first step to dividing fractions are to find the ...

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the numerator is 3, and the denominator is 5. .... point represents a power of 10; the first decimal place being 101, the second 102, the third 103, and so on.

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20 divided by 5 is asking "how many 5s in 20?" (=4) and so: 1 2 ÷ 1 6 is really asking: how many 1 6 s in 1 2 ? Now look at the pizzas below ... how many "1/6th  ...

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Step 1: 2/7 divided by 2/5; Step 2: inverting 2/5 makes it 2/7 x 5/2; Step 3: multiplying makes it 10/14; Step 4: reducing makes it 5/7. Student: OK, so 2/7 divided by ...

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Adding fractions example. 1/2 + 1/3 = (1×3+1×2) / (2×3) = 5/6 ... Dividing fractions example. 1/2 ÷ 1/3 = 1/2 × 3/1 = (1×3) / (2×1) = 3 / 2 = 1 1/2 ...

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If you lesson (or teacher) requires the answer be accomplished in fractions, you can do it this way. 5 1/4 = 21. ---. 4. -7 1/2 = - 15. ---. 2. The rule for ...

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Then the solution is x = 5/2 or x = 2.5. ... Since the x is divided by 5, I'll want to multiply both sides by 5: ... the above solution (displayed in the animation), I multiplied by 5 on the right-hand side of the equation, and by 5/1 on the left-hand side.