How do I solve 3/5 of 20?
asked Nov 1, 2011 in Pre-Algebra Answers by anonymous

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Multiply 3/5 by 20

3/5 x 20
= 12 {cancelled the 5 and 20 and multiplied what's left}

answered Nov 1, 2011 by Done Level 4 User (8,440 points)

Multiply 3/5 by 20


which would be 3/5 times 20/1

you can divide 5 and 20 by 5 which would give you a new equation of 3/1 times 4/1

that would equal 7 but im not sure if thats what you are trying to dosurprise

answered Nov 1, 2011 by anonymous
3/5 of 20
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