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44/53=?/13 (fill in the ?)

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asked by brandy
  1. 572/53, if you typed it correctly

    PROOF:
    let the ? be x
    44/53 = x/13
    53x = 572
    x = 572/13

    I have a sneaky suspicion that you have a typo here, else you have a silly question.
    Why would anybody want to complicate a fraction?

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    posted by Reiny

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