, , and
are examples of compound fractions.
, , and are examples of compound fractions.
Recall that the parenthesis instructs the reader to treat what's inside as one number. The problem can now be written in terms of simple fractions.
Convert the division to multiplication by changing the signs and inverting the numbers to the right of the signs.
The answer is the simple fraction . Since the value is less than 1, the compound number is also the simple fraction .
Use your calculator to estimate the decimal answer of 0.208333.
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