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Q: What operation and fraction should you use to solve a problem w hen something is cut into eighths?

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To best solve the problem what is the fraction for 80 eighths, you must first convert 1/8 into a decimal. One divided by eight is .125. You then take .125 and multiply it by 80. The answer is 10, or in fraction form, 10/1.

Quoting or fraction .

If your teacher gave you an eighths strip like the one you made in Problem 1.2, which of the fraction strips you folded for Problem 1.2 would have more than one mark that lines up with the marks on the eighths strip?

the answer is the addition fraction answer

Yes.

A fraction is a division problem. The line in a fraction can be thought of as the words "divided by." 3/4 = 3 divided by 4

people use inverse operations when there is a number like -3 then you change it to a regular problem like 3. you use it when something is opposite to the regular problem.

Division

Is an operation.

when you are writing a division problem as a fraction u take the remainder of your problem and make it the numerator and make the number you are dividing by the denominator

well it matters on the problem your solving really.

You can turn the fraction to a decimal and then just add a decimal to where it is needed in the problem.

Algebra

Yes.

by working it out

The numerator is the top number in any fraction.

The number 0.74 as a fraction would be 37/50. This is a math problem.

Treat is the same way as you would a proper fraction.

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faction is a division problem 2/8, so 2 divided by eight =0.25

by doing one operation ( +,-,x,/) you will get the answer to the problem. You have to pick the correct operation.

show the work to something or a problem to something ; math problem or scientific method :)

A fraction is correct if it matches all the information given in the problemAND answers the question that the problem asks. Otherwise the fractionis incorrect.As you can see, it depends on the problem. The same fraction can easily becorrect in one problem and incorrect in a different one.

Flip the fraction top-to-bottom, and delete the minus sign from the exponent.

12/5 x 8/5