Alright, I'll show you.

I am going to answer the first problem in the most detail i can in a message.

1. 2 * 1/3

Convert the number 2 into a fraction, or an improper fraction.

The 2 becomes 2/1 now.

Write the new equation.

2/1 * 1/3

2 times 1 equals 2 (thats your numerator)

1 times 3 equals 3 (thats your denomator)

The fraction cannot be reduced.

You have your answer. 2/3 is the answer for number one.what in the fuck?

your multiplying each fraction in activity one.

you need to make the number 2 into a fraction.

then, you can simply multiply.hmm ok im just gonna have my brother do it fuck that im too dumb thanks for the help

I know this shit. I just don't remember ;-;

its painful

I did this shit in the 6th grade. this is pain beyond words. I personally find algebra easier than this shit.

The factor is just as big as the hypotenuse

I may be in 10th grade yet I don't understand anything you said

If you inverse the side effects plus the sorce of the fraction you get the sum for the hypothetical fraction whole number square root that by 3

I'm sorry I dont speak smart is there anyway it could sound easy?

Inverse it on a graph make sure the prime TO THE THIRD under the y so it should be negative then give it a solid x(y+x)=x-180)=x then sub in x then just solve

This is 5th grade math lol

i learned this in 4th

Same 🥱

https://youtu.be/RbAaKAR5ErM

if you need more help lmkUse photomath ❤️🙂

i can help

EZ umm I think you just..

put a 1 as the denominator of the whole number to make it a fraction, then just multiply across..I think

Then simplify if needed 😌🥱well first take the fraction as a problem, for example number 2, the fraction is 1/4. well make that into a problem 1 divided by 4. and 1/4=.25, then move to the next step which is times that with number, in this case 3

and .25 X 3 = .75

thats how i would solve it :Pdamn bro I forgot

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