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Featured 2 months ago

Let us first convert mixed fraction

Now dividing by a fraction

Hence

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Featured 2 months ago

Solution given in a lot of detail.

A fraction's structure is that of:

You can not

Multiply by 1 and you do not change the value. However, 1 comes in many forms so you can change the way something looks without changing its true value.

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Badly worded but you will get my point.

Note that both 4 and 6 will divide exactly into 12

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Total weight bought

but 4 will divide exactly into both 16 and 12

Total weight bought is

Featured 3 weeks ago

The maths involved in questions like these is usually very easy. It is more about understanding the information given and the question asked, and then deciding which operation to do.

We are told that

She is going to make

It is a multiplication:

This would be easier to say in everyday language as

Featured 3 weeks ago

A whole piece of cardboard is

If

Featured 1 week ago

Five eighths of 24 is 15!

Lets makes this question into an equation. You may be thinking,"*But it's already an equation? Isn't it?*" Well no, it's not an equation *yet*. An equation is like,

5 eighths means *of* in any math problem means the multiplication symbol,

Before: What is five eights of 24?

After:

Don't you think we made the problem *way* easier? Anyways lets solve our equation and get our answer!

So the answer to "Five eighths of 24?" aka

My source is my knowledge! :)

I hope that this answer will help you!

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Answer Written by: Moksha
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Featured 3 days ago

Think you want this as a fraction as it is already a decimal.

See a solution process below:

First, we can write:

Next, we can multiply each side by

Then we can subtract each side of the first equation from each side of the second equation giving:

We can now solve for

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