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Multiply and Simplify: 4/15 • 5/28
4/15 • 5/28 = 1/21 or 0.05 in decimals
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4/ 5 ÷ 2/ 3

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4/ 5 ÷ 2/ 3 is 2/15.
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4/ 5 ÷ 2/ 3
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