what is the product of 4 2/3 and 11 1/4?
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User: Ralph spends 15 1/3 hours per month playing tennis. How many hours does he play tennis in 12 months?

User: what is the sum of 2/5 and 2/4?

User: 4/15 of the 315 members of a book club are male. How many female members are there in the club?

User: what is the product of 4 2/3 and 11 1/4?

Weegy: The product of 4 2/3 and 11 1/4 is 630/12 or 52 6/12 or 52 1/2.
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User: divide 7/15 by 3/5.

Weegy: (7/15) / (3/5) = (7/15) * (5/3) = 35/45 = 7/9
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Weegy: To get the reciprocal of a fraction, just turn it upside down.The reciprocal of 6/5 is 5/6
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User: What is the product of 3 2/3 and 14 2/5?

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User: What is the difference between 126 1/4 and 78 2/3?

User: multiply 3 2/3 and 14 2/5

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Weegy: 12/13 is the answer. 6/13 divided by 6/12 = 12/13
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User: 9/11 = /22

Weegy: 18/22
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User: What is the fraction 18/24 reduced to its lowest terms?

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User: 7 1/5 - 6 2/5?

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User: 7.2 x 12 x 0.23 =? round to the nearest hundredth.

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User: 36 - 0.0048 = ?

User: change the fraction 8/50 to a decimal.

User: change the decimal 0.0112 to a fraction.

Weegy: The decimal 0.0112 to a fraction is 112/10,000 or 7/625.
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Updated 7/14/2014 9:50:22 PM
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The sum of 2/5 and 2/4 is 9/10
2/5 + 2/4
= 8/20 + 10/20
= 18/20
= 9/10
Confirmed by yumdrea [7/18/2014 4:42:18 PM]
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The pair of numbers that contains like fractions is: 1/2 and 3/2.
Confirmed by yumdrea [7/18/2014 4:42:18 PM]
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The product of 3 2/3 and 14 2/5 is 52 4/5.
3 2/3 * 14 2/5
= (11/3)*(72/5)
= 792/15
= 264/5
= 52 4/5
Confirmed by yumdrea [7/18/2014 4:42:19 PM]
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The difference between 126 1/4 and 78 2/3 is 47 7/12.
126 1/4 - 78 2/3
= 126 3/12 - 78 8/12
= 125 15/12 - 78 8/12
= 47 7/12
Confirmed by yumdrea [7/18/2014 4:42:20 PM]
3
The fraction 18/24 reduced to its lowest terms is 3/4.
Confirmed by yumdrea [7/18/2014 4:42:21 PM]
3
7 1/5 - 6 2/5
= 6 6/5 - 6 2/5
= 4/5
Confirmed by yumdrea [7/18/2014 4:42:22 PM]
3
7.2 x 12 x 0.23 = 19.87 rounded to the nearest hundredth.
Confirmed by yumdrea [7/18/2014 4:42:23 PM]

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