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(3-1/4) divided by (5+1/3)

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Solving parentheses we have \({11 \over 4}\over{16 \over 3}\)

Then, tranforming in multiplication \({11 \over 4}\times{3 \over 16}\)

Solving: \(33 \over 64\)

Guest Sep 15, 2017
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Solving parentheses we have \({11 \over 4}\over{16 \over 3}\)

Then, tranforming in multiplication \({11 \over 4}\times{3 \over 16}\)

Solving: \(33 \over 64\)

Guest Sep 15, 2017

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