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posted by Michelle .
I can't figure out 6  2/3r = 1 1/2
The way we're learning how to solve it, is by using the LCD. the LCD I use is 6
The book says the answer is 6 3/4
But I keep getting the wrong answer.

6  2/3r = 1 1/2
2/3r = 1 1/2  6
4/6r = 4 3/6
r = 4 3/6 divided by 4/6
r = 27/6 * 6/4
r = 162/24 = 6 3/4
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