College Mathmatics
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Multiply; then reduce to lowest terms: 5 1/2 . 3/4

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(11/2)(3/4) = 33/8 = 4 1/8
http://www.internet4classrooms.com/skill_builders/multiply_fractions_math_sixth_6th_grade.htm 
5 1/2 * 3/4
= (11/2)(3/4)
= 33/4 , which is reduced to lowest terms 
Thank u so much, this is the 1st lesson in this class, and my 1st math lesson in college period, and im 26, so im a little out of the loop and extremely confused when it comes to math. Thank u so much. Would u mind explaining it to me pls?!

How do you think Reiny and I got 11/2 from 5 1/2?
From there we multiplied the two numerators together and the two denominators together.
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