# 5th grade fractions

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How do I find a number that when divided by 2/3 gives me a quotient between 1/3 and 3/4

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Pick a quotent: Say 1/2

then

1/2= N/(2/3)

multiply both sides by 2/3

2/3*1/2=N
1/3=N

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