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Arithmetic

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3)
3
4
5
2
4
3
5
2
=
(since when dividing a fraction by another fraction we turn the fraction we are dividing by
upside-down to get the ‘reciprocal’ and then multiply this reciprocal by the first fraction).
When multiplying fractions we multiply numerators (top numbers) and multiply
denominators (bottom numbers):
15
8
35
42
=
.
This means that:
15
8
3
4
5
2
4
3
5
2
==
.

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2 3 2 4  =  5 4 5 3 (since when dividing a fraction by another fraction we turn the fraction we are dividing by upside-down to get the ‘reciprocal’ and then multiply this reciprocal by the first fraction). 3) When multiplying fractions we multiply numerators (top numbers) and multiply de ...
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