Posted by **Helpless** on Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at 9:17am.

Please help!!!

1. Simplify...w+3/4w divided by w-3/2w

to divide one fraction by another,

keep the first fraction as is, then multiply by the reciprocal (flip) of the second one.

so...

(w+3)/(4w) ÷ (w-3)/(2w)

= (w+3)/(4w) x (2w)/(w-3)

= (w+3)/[2(w-3)]

Thank you!!!

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