High School, Pre Algebra

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-1 3/7* (-3 2/3)

A. 3 2/7
B. -5 5/21
C. 11
D. 5 5/21

I got A , but then I tried figuring it out again and I think the denominator is 21

  • High School, Pre Algebra -

    -(10/7) * -(11/3) = 110/21 = 5 5/21

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