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First, if the denominator is smaller than the numerator then it can be simplified

Divide the denominator by the numerator and the quotient is the answer

Then, keep the denominator the same and put the left over as the numerator

Finally, put the left over fraction on the right of the whole number

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First, multiply across and if the Denominator is smaller than the numerator, it can be simplfied

Second, divide the denominator to the numerator

the answer you get is simplified

**Recipes**

**By : Ababacar Seck **

Warnings

Don’t add

Don’t flip denominators

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Ex: 10/3=? ?=3 and 1/3

ex: 5/2 * 2/1 = ?

? =10/2= 5

Warnings

Don't divide the numerator to the denominator

Don't divide diagonlally

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First, you keep , change , flip

Second, multiply across

4/6 / 1/3 =

Warnings

Don't divide across

Don't forget to keep, change,flip

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First, simplify the fraction

Second, see if the denominator can equal one hundred

Third, take the numerator get rid of the denominator

Fourth, add the decimal point before the number

ex: 6/8

Don't forget the decimal point, when converting into a decimal

When converting a fraction to a decimal, if it's a mixed number or improper fraction, add whole number then decimal.

Powers

First multiply 7*7 and get 49

Second multiply 49*7 and get 343

ex: 7 to the 3rd power

Square Roots

First divide the number in half

ex:36

Don't multiply wrong

Don't forget to multiply as many times it says to

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Warnings

Don't multiply diagonally

Don't divide

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First, take the decimal points off both numbers

Then, put them alined and multiply like you normally do

After that, count how many numbers are behind the decimal point

Finally, put the decimal point as many numbers are behind the the other decimals

ex:2.4*2.4=5.67

Thanks for watch/reading my recipe book hope you enjoyed. Now go make some multiplication pie

Improper fraction to mixed number

Multiplying fractions

Dividing fractions

Converting fractions to decimal to percent

Power and exponents and square root

Multiplying decimals

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