To do that just flip the right hand fraction. So your new problem is... But we aren't done yet. Step 3

now do the reciprocal. Dividing Fractions 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Multiplying Fractions Step One: If you have a mixed number, then you have to turn it into an improper fraction. To do this you have to bring in your BING, BANG, BOOMERANG! Now turn that division problem into an addition problem. The fractions still stay the same, but the symbol changes. Step 3

Now that you have the improper fraction you can divide. To do that just drop slide and divide. Whatever the remainder is, then that just becomes the numerator. Keep the same denominator. Thanks For Watching!

:) Step 5 If the mixed number's fraction can be simplified, simplify it! Dividing fractions is just as easy as multiplying fractions. First,if you have a mixed number, turn it into an improper fraction. Step 2 5 7 9 Multiplication Addition Step Two After turning the mixed number into an improper fraction, line the two fractions up and multiply. Multiply the numerator of the first fraction by the numerator of the second fraction. Then multiply the denominators. 5 7 9 - = 52 - 9 x 2 - 3 x = 104 27 104 27 104 7 81 - 23 23 27 Those are the steps to multiply fractions!

:) Multiplying and Dividing Fractions By: Gabby Torres Step 1 1 Divided By 3 5/6 5 6 - - 2 To that just bring in the BING,BANG,BOOMERANG!!! 23 - 6 So now you have... So now your problem becomes... 23 6 . 1 2 23 6 2 1 . The problem is easy from now. Just multiply the denominator times the denominator. The same applys for the numerators. 23 6 2 1 . = 46 12 Step 4 Just divide the denominator by the numerator. 46 - 12 - - 46 3 x 36 - 10 10 12 Your final answer should be... 3 5 6

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