5th grade math (dividing fractions)

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Can you check this problem? How many twelfths are in one sixth?

work: 1/6 divided by 1/12 = 1/6 * 12/1 = 2
ans= 2

  • 5th grade math (dividing fractions) -

    Correct

  • 5th grade math (dividing fractions) -

    Well
    When you try to convert 1/6 into a twelth
    it turns to 2/12
    So Yes your correct
    ^.^

  • 5th grade math (dividing fractions) -

    Thanks!

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