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1. How could you use the product of 1/2 and 200 to find the product of 1/8 of 200?

2. How could you use the product of 1/3 of 300 to find the product of 1/6 and 300?

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    P.S We have started this kind of math since Friday so please answer and explain

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    since 1/8 = 1/4 * 1/2,
    (1/8) (200) = (1/4)(1/2 (200))

    similarly, since 1/6 = 1/2 * 1/3,
    (1/6)(300) = (1/2)(1/3 (300))

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