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dividing do i solve this...
4/9 divided by 2/3=


9/10 divided by 9/10=

One thing I do remember is how to divide fractions!

4/9 divided by 2/3 = 4/9 multiplied by 3/2
Then once you've multiplied across, reduce the resulting fraction if you can.

So how will you re-state the second problem?


Multiplying fraction is the inverse operation of division, so watch this:

4/9 divided by 2/3 is the same as....

4/9 multiplied by 3/2

or 12/18 (needs to be reduced.

7/11 divided by 7/22

Invert the second fraction and multiply across -- what do you get?


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