Q: Why dividing fraction by 1 equals the fraction?

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Because, 1 multiplied by a number or fraction will equal the same thing, that's what also happens with dividing by 1. I hope I helped!

I suppose you mean 1/9 (the fraction one ninth). To get 1/9 of a number is the same as dividing that number by 9.

Because doing so is equivalent to multiplying or dividing by x/x, which can be cancelled down to 1.

a fraction that can be changed by dividing it is called an improper fraction.

40 divided 240 = 0.16666666666666666

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Because, 1 multiplied by a number or fraction will equal the same thing, that's what also happens with dividing by 1. I hope I helped!

It's the same as dividing any number by 1. 4/1 = 4, 1 goes into four 4 times. (1/2)/1 = (1/2), 1 goes into (1/2) only .5 times.

if the number you start with is smaller than the number dividing by, it will be a fraction. 1 divided by 8 equals 1/8.

I suppose you mean 1/9 (the fraction one ninth). To get 1/9 of a number is the same as dividing that number by 9.

when ever you divide fractions you must always flip the fraction you are dividing and change the division sign to multiplication, ex. 1/2 divded by 1 = 2/1 multiplied by 1/1 which equals 2

no dividing by zero equals to 0

fraction which equals 3937 = 3937/1

Dividing by any fraction is the same as multiplying by that fraction's reciprocal. To find a fraction's reciprocal on a calculator, simply raise the fraction to the power of -1. In this case, dividing by 1/3 is the same as multiplying by (1/3)-1 = 3. For example, 8 / 1/3 = 8 x 3 = 24

Because doing so is equivalent to multiplying or dividing by x/x, which can be cancelled down to 1.

a fraction that can be changed by dividing it is called an improper fraction.

40 divided 240 = 0.16666666666666666

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