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# How do you didvide a fraction by a fraction?

To divide a fraction by another fraction, you multiply by the reciprocal - that is, in the second fraction you exchange numerator and denominator, while at the same time changing the division to a multiplication.

Example: 5 divided by one-and-a-half

5 / (1 1/2) = 5 / (3/2) = 5 x (2/3)

To divide a fraction by another fraction, you multiply by the reciprocal - that is, in the second fraction you exchange numerator and denominator, while at the same time changing the division to a multiplication.

Example: 5 divided by one-and-a-half

5 / (1 1/2) = 5 / (3/2) = 5 x (2/3)

To divide a fraction by another fraction, you multiply by the reciprocal - that is, in the second fraction you exchange numerator and denominator, while at the same time changing the division to a multiplication.

Example: 5 divided by one-and-a-half

5 / (1 1/2) = 5 / (3/2) = 5 x (2/3)

To divide a fraction by another fraction, you multiply by the reciprocal - that is, in the second fraction you exchange numerator and denominator, while at the same time changing the division to a multiplication.

Example: 5 divided by one-and-a-half

5 / (1 1/2) = 5 / (3/2) = 5 x (2/3)

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