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# What is the quotient 22/7 divided by 11/14 youcandoit13

Explanation:

BEGIN

DEFINE n,tmp, tmp1 type Integer

n = 0

DISPLAY "Enter a number"

INPUT n

tmp = n + 4

tmp = tmp * 3

tmp = tmp + n

tmp1 = tmp / 2

tmp = tmp1 + 4

tmp = tmp / 2

tmp = tmp - n

DISPLAY tmp

END kactus

0.3043

Step-by-step explanation:

7/23 = 0.3043 akemble8862

10/7

Step-by-step explanation: When dividing by a fraction, we can change the division sign to multiplication and flip the second fraction.

So 4/7 ÷ 6/15 means the same thing as 4/7 · 15/6.

So when dividing by a fraction, we can just multiply by the reciprocal of that fraction or that fraction flipped.

Next we cross cancel.

4 and 6 reduce to 2 and 3.

So we have 2/7 · 15/3.

Multiplying across the numerators and denominators we have 30/21.

Now we can reduce by dividing top and bottom by 3 and we have 10/7.

So 4/7 ÷ 6/15 is 10/7. mbonham481 In this case, you would use the keep, change, flip method. You would keep 6/7, change the division to multiplication, and flip the 1/2 to 2/1. Then you would multiply across like in normal fraction multiplication problems. The answer would be 12/7, or simplified, 1 5/7.   .  The rule is to bring up the lower fraction and flip it to multiply.  So we have .  Multiplying straight across the top and bottom gives you , choice D from above. kyn9919  Ryan02717
6/7÷1/2
6/7×2/1
12/7
1 5/7
you have to use the reciprocal of 1/2 and multiply reciprocal= flipping the fraction upside down antlife555
2.7/3=0.9
it is less than one saigeshort
"The quotient 2.7 divided by 14" means

"How many times can you take 14 out of 2.7 ?"
or
"How many times can you stuff 14 into a space designed to hold 2.7 ?"

Whichever way you look at it, I'm sure you can see that it's less than 1 . nya6557  ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019, kaylaamberd Mathematics, 21.06.2019, taehyungg Mathematics, 21.06.2019, chloerodgers56 Mathematics, 21.06.2019, olivernolasco23 Mathematics, 21.06.2019, dereklilgoat
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