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justin needs to make cardboard signs he has 50 8/9 cardboard and each sign uses 3 1/6 of board how many signs can he make

change each to an improper fraction
458/9 and 19/6
now divide (or multiply the inverse).
458/9 * 6/19=458/3*2/9 multiple it out.
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