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How would I change the improper fraction 56/15 to mixed number in lowest terms?

the problem is 2 2/3 x 1 2/5
Ive figured out how to get to 56/15 but get stuck finishing it...

MULTIPLYING WITH MIXED NUMBERS

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    Divide 56 by 15

    56/15 = 3 11/15

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    yes

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    3 11/15

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