# math help needed IMMEDIATELY

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

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give me an exmple of a problem and let me see if i can help you!

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like um uh.      3/4 •5/6

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"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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i am kind of bad at my times tables.I used to be really good but now I'm like worse.Its barely even been half way into the school year and he's giving us division and I barely even know my times tables.Im dreading to go to school on Monday the only good news is I get to see hd my BFF!

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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.

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