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Solve 3/6 ÷ 1 3/4. Simplify. 6/21
4/5 • 2 3/7. Simplify. 1 33/35
1/4 find the reciporcal 4/1
3/9 find the reciporcal 9/3
1/5 find the reciporcal 5/1
6/3 find the reciporcal 3/6
1/10 find the reciporcal 10
11/12 find the reciporcal 12/11
1 3/9 change to a improper fraction 12/9
2 1/5 change to a improper fraction 11/5
2 3/9 change to a improper fraction 21/9
6 1/2 change to a improper fraction 13/2
3 3/6 change to a improper fraction 21/6
1 1/3 change to a improper fraction 4/3
1 1/2 change to a improper fraction 3/2
2 2/3 change to a improper fraction 8/3
19 prime or composet C
11 prime or composet P
12 prime or composet C
. If Kenny went to the store and bought 6/8 of a coconut pie, and Mark bought 3/8 of a pecan pie. How much pie was there in all? Simplify. 1 1/8 of pie.
Created by: hopie300