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posted by Kammi

Could someone please help me with this problem I just do not get it.

Arrange the numerals 1 to 9 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9) in a single fraction that equals exactly 1/3 (one third)?

Example that doesn't work: 7192/38456 = 0.187

  1. bobpursley

    5832/17496 = 1/3.

  2. Kammi

    Could someone explain HOW you get the answer I want to make sure I understand.

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