**Textbook Page 228, Chapter 6.5 #'s 11, 12, and 13.**

When you're dividing fractions, first
thing you do is you make the whole number a fraction. The second thing
you do is you write down what you have and the group you're dividing the
first fraction into and put a fraction line in between them. The third
thing you do is you find the
reciprocal of the denominator which in this case is 4/1 and multiply 1/4
by 4/1. You do to the top what you do to the bottom. I multiplied 15/1 by
2/5 and the answer I got is 8 wholes. You then simplify the answer if you
need to. There are 8 performers in a 2 hour show.

When you're dividing fractions, first thing you do is you make the whole number a fraction. The second thing you do is you write down what you have and the group you're dividing the first fraction into and put a fraction line in between them. The third thing you do is you find the
reciprocal of the denominator which in this case is 2/5 and multiply 5/2 by 2/5. You do to the top what you do on the bottom. Multiply 15/1 by 2/5. The answer I got is 30/5. You then simplify the answer if you
need to. There are 6 cakes in 15 scoops of flour.

When you're dividing fractions, first
thing you do is you make the whole number a fraction. The second thing
you do is you write down what you have and the group you're dividing the
first fraction into and put a fraction line in between them. The third
thing you do is you find the
reciprocal of the denominator which in this case is 4/3 and multiply 3/4
by 4/3. You do to the top what you do on the bottom. Multiply 15/1 by
2/5. The answer I got is 30/5. You then simplify the answer if you
need to. There are 8 groups of 3/4 in 6 wholes.

**Here's a video that will teach you and help you understand better about dividing fractions.**

**Here is a game to practice dividing fractions.**

**My Fraction Test Correction**

Good job, you put effort into this and it shows, you had great pictures great explaining and the video really helped, your post had lost of words and a lot of color, but you should add a diagram to explain more, overall great job.

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