# math

By what fraction would you multiply 8 1/2 so that the product is about 5? Plesae explain.

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1. 8.5x = 5

x - 5/8.5

x - 0.59 = 6/10 = 3/5

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2. 3/5

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4. 8/1 X 3/5 = 24/5=5

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5. 8/5×3/5=24/5=5

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6. 3/5

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