Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
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I heard that we're learning how to multiply and divide fractions today at math. It's supposed to help us with the pretest we took yesterday. Next week is the post test.
So, I'm about to announce the grades, but first, let's review multiplying and dividing fractions. Dividing: flip the fraction and multiply. Those are reciprocals.
I think I did well on the pretest. Multiplying fractions was probably my peak. You just multiply the denominators, then the numerators. I find it pretty simple.
You probably got a hundred. I might have done well on the multiplication section, but dividing fractions is harder.
Did you guys figure out the eighth question on the division section? That stumped me. My mom told me a trick the day before, so I was able to solve it.
I know what you're saying. I know that trick. You just flip over the divisor and multiply instead. Makes it easy. It's called reciprocals.
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