i don't get whatit wants me to do.
asked Nov 13, 2012 in Word Problem Answers by anonymous

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(7/9)*18=7*2=14

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answered Nov 13, 2012 by anonymous
It's easy. Your probably making it hard than it really is. If it helps you could possibly draw a picture with it to.

1) Multiply the numerators (18 and 7) to get 126.                                                                      Multiply the denominators (1 and 9) to get 9.

2) So now you have reduced the the fraction to 126/9

3) Simplify it. 9 goes into 126, 13 times

So in the end your answer should be 13

Easy!!!!!!
answered Nov 28, 2012 by anonymous
7/9 x 18/1= 126/9

Divide 126/9= 14
answered Jan 7, 2013 by anonymous

well if you want the answer to this and you don't want to get in trouble with your teacher for not understanding because you got the answer right then you just do this... 

So you what you want to do first is that you must first just look online and type in MCGRAW HILL then you must type in fifth grade homework then you also type in study link and then you scroll down into the 5 section. After that you look for the answer sheet and there you go:)

 

answered Dec 2, 2013 by Answers
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