math multiplying & divding mixed numbers
posted by Rochelle Ambush .
An estimate for 8 1/6 . 9 3/4
Simplify your answer. Type a whole number, proper fraction, or mixed number

math multiplying & divding mixed numbers 
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Isn't 8 1/6 close to just 8?
And isn't 9 3/4 almost 10?
Multiply.
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