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THE - 12 IS THE ANSWER FOR QUESTION BEFORE THIS ONE THAT IS ALMOST THE SAME CHECK IT OUT:Divide –5 by – 2.5 and multiply the result by – 6.I AM ASKING FOR THIS ONE MATH PROBLEM: Divide -2.5 by – 5 and multiply the result by – 6.
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User: THE - 12 IS THE ANSWER FOR QUESTION BEFORE THIS ONE THAT IS ALMOST THE SAME CHECK IT OUT:Divide –5 by – 2.5 and multiply the result by – 6.I AM ASKING FOR THIS ONE MATH PROBLEM: Divide -2.5 by – 5 and multiply the result by – 6.



Weegy: - 12





User: 5/7 is an example of WISH OF THE ANSWER BELOW IS THE CORRECT ONE: IS IT? AN IMPROPER FRACTION,OR A MIXED FRACTION, OR A WHOLE NUMBER ,OR A PROPER FRACTION?

Weegy: PROPER FRACTION
Expert answered|ambrosio_09|Points 470|

User: 11/3 is an example of WISH OF THE ANSWER BELOW IS THE CORRECT ONE: IS IT? AN IMPROPER FRACTION,OR A MIXED FRACTION, OR A WHOLE NUMBER ,OR A PROPER FRACTION?

Weegy: improper fraction
Expert answered|ambrosio_09|Points 470|

User: When the mixed number 12 1/7 is converted to an improper fraction we get WISH OF THE ANSWER BELOW IS THE CORRECT ONE: IS IT? 1/84, OR 84/7,OR 85/7, OR 7/85?

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When the mixed number 12 1/7 is converted to an improper fraction is 85/7.
12 1/7
= (12*7+1)/7
= 85/7
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Subtract. Write a mixed numeral for the answer.14 8/13 - 2 4/13 Options: 12 4/13,OR 12 6/13, OR 12 12/13, OR 16 4/13?
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12 4/13 is the correct answer.
Added 11/10/2010 8:21:53 PM
14 8/13 - 2 4/13


190/13 - 30/13

160/13

= 12 4/13
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