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A 40 acre plot of land is to be divided into building lots, each 3/4 acre in size. How many lots can be created?

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    Your problem will be set up as
    40 divided by 3/4
    When dividing by a fraction, flip the "divided by" fraction then multiply. So.
    40 x 4/3. Multiply and reduce and you'll have your answer!

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