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I'm super confuzed in divided fractions! can u help?

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I could help you, I do GCSE level 7 work.

"bethstar" wrote:

like um uh. 3/4 •5/6

I think I might be able to help you but I'm not very good at it myself.

So you keep the first fraction the same, change the divide sign to a X and then flip the right fraction.

So - from your example, it would be 3/4 x 6/5

From there, you treat it like multiplying fractions.

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I can help! To divide a fraction you simply do this: Let's say the problem is 2/3 ÷ 4/5. You find the reciprocal of the number on the right hand side. That is the same as flipping the numbers. So 4/5 turns into 5/4. Then the problem is 2/3 ÷ 5/4. Then you turn the dividing into multiplication. If you need any other help, just ask!

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It's very simple to divide fractions! It's just like everyone else has been telling you.

Example: 3/4 ÷ 2/3 is the same thing as 3/4 x 3/2.

Example: 3/4 ÷ 2/3 is the same thing as 3/4 x 3/2.

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