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5/8 of 48 should be calculated as 5/8 times 48. Multiply 48 with the numerator, then divide by the denominator. Or do the division first, if the number is divisible, as in this case.5/8 of 48 should be calculated as 5/8 times 48. Multiply 48 with the numerator, then divide by the denominator. Or do the division first, if the number is divisible, as in this case.5/8 of 48 should be calculated as 5/8 times 48. Multiply 48 with the numerator, then divide by the denominator. Or do the division first, if the number is divisible, as in this case.5/8 of 48 should be calculated as 5/8 times 48. Multiply 48 with the numerator, then divide by the denominator. Or do the division first, if the number is divisible, as in this case.


you just divide by the prime number



The same as the GCF of 96 and 48. 48 is the remainder of the division of 336 / 96.



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