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I don't understand this problem could someone please explain it? Use the missing factor method to find the quotient: 3/5 / 2/3. Thanks.

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    If you convert the problem into 3/5 * 3/2, there are not any factors that would cancel out. If you multiply the numerators and denominators, you get
    (3*3)/(2*5) = 9/10

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