# Algebra

a student's work to solve 2 6/7 divided by 2/7 is shown below. which of the following statements do you agree with?

2 6/7 divided by 2/7 =
19/7 divided by 2/7=
7/19 times 2/7=
7/19 times 2/7=2/19 cross out the 7 in the first one put a one and cross out the second one and put a one

a. myriah the only mistake is in changing the mixed number to an improper fraction
b thomas. there's a mistake with the multiplication inverse of 2/7
c gabriel the problem looks fine to me
d siri there is a mistake with changing the mixed number to an improper fraction as well as changing the division problem to multiplication

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1. is it c ??

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2. No.

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3. okay...I change it to b.

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4. never mind thanks for the help.

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5. Neither b nor c is correct.

http://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_division.html

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6. Wow, Ms. Sue is useless.

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7. Ms. Sue helped me a lot. No one is useless. Watch your mouth ToriKat.

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8. Ms. Sue is smart too.

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9. Thanks Angela! What you said Tori was shameful. You should be ashamed insulting people who are trying to help you. Please don't say anyone is useless. That's not nice.

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10. Np Ms.Sue. Thanks for helping everyone when you have the time. Thx!

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11. :) Happy to hear that. Happy to help too!

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12. So what's b the answer to the question?

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13. so does anyone know the answer?

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14. its D

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15. Ironic it's D, their name is Siri. The weird voice box thing that you go "Hey Siri!" to.

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