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3/4 [5/2]

The answer would be 15/8. Right?

Yes.

Thank you

You're welcome.

But ... did you turn it into a mixed number before turning it in?

To do so, you need to divide the top number (numerator) by the bottom number (denominator). What do you get?

15 divided by 8 = ??

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