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Multiplying/ dividing fractions.

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I know that $$\frac{2}{3}/16 = \frac{1}{24},$$

and $$\frac{11}{12}+\frac{1}{3}=\frac{11}{4}$$ But i dont know how to add/subract them to get this answer without a calculator. Will someone show me the steps of adding/subtracting these eqations to get that answer?

Aug 31, 2022
edited by Guest  Aug 31, 2022

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To divide the problems first you have to have two fractions so you put 16 over 1. Then an easy thing to remember is kcf which stands for keep change flip. You keep 2/3, change the / to x, and flip the 16/1 to 1/16 then you x.  so you have 2 x1 and 3x16. So you get 2/48. Then you can simplify this to 1/24 by dividing both the numbers by 2.

If this doesn't make sense I found a website that may help too:https://visualfractions.com

I think that you have the answer wrong for the addition but I may be wrong. If I'm right here is a link that should help:https://www.calculator.net

Hope this helps

-Grace

Aug 31, 2022