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2/3 of the states had to approve it before the Constitution became the law of the land. But even then it was only the law of the land for the states that had ratified it..

Q: What fraction of the states had to approve the Constitution before it became the law of the land?

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There cannot be any such fraction. If there was a fraction, F then the average of 2 and F, (2+F)/2 would be before 2, and nearer to 2 than F. And then the average of 2 and that fraction would be before 2 and nearer still. And then the average of 2 and that fraction would be before 2 and nearer still. And so on.

just have the fraction be negative(do this by putting the negative symbol on the denominator, numerator or before the fraction).

It means to find out how many of the second fraction can be subtracted from the first before a result of zero is found. eg 1/2 ÷ 1/3 means how many times can you subtract 1/3 from 1/2 before you get to zero.

4.34

Convert it to an improper fraction.

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3/4 of the states must approve it before it becomes part of the constitution.

it had to be nine states to approve the constitution before it became a law HI

They needed at least 9 of the 13 states to ratify the Constitution before it became official.

Article VII of the US Constitution required 9 states to ratify it before it became effective.

Two thirds of the states must approve a change to the Constitution before it can go into effect. Since there are currently 50 states, 34 of them must approve any amendment.

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A bill of rights

at least 9 states had to agree

Protection for citizens' rights(APEX)