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3 8x3+6=30

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I am not going to just tell you the answer right away but I am going to explane it first. Problem 30x3/4 first you have to put 3/4 into a decimal. To do that you divide the numerator (top number,) by the denominator. (Bottom number.) That equals 0.75 Now all you have to do is multiply 30 by 0.75. For your answer you should get 22.5 thirty times three fourth equals twenty two and five tenths

Well, thirty divided by two is 15, so thirty-one divided by two would be....15 1/2, right?

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Think of it this way...how many times can you divide a number by itself? The answer is always once. 4 divided by 4 equals 1. Using the number 4, 8 divided by 4 equals 2. In other words, 8 is equal to two 4s, right? But one 4 is always one 4.

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