__Math Textbook: Page 227-229. Number 2, 5, and 7.__

**2.**

**No**, because the proper way to do it is....

- Times the denominator by 3/2.
- Flip 2/3, and you have a reciprocal of 3/2.
- Times the numerator by 3/2
- The answer is 9/8, simplify it (1 1/8)

5. a)

**5/8**

**÷ 1/4=**

- Q: How many groups of 1/4 are in 5/8?

- Estimate: <1
**>1**

- Then you do the math.

- Then you draw a diagram.

b)

**1/4 ÷ 1/3=**

- Q: How many groups of 1/3 are in 1/4?

- Estimate: <1
**>1**

- Then you do the math.

- Then you draw a diagram.

c)

**1 1/2**

**÷ 2/3=**

- Q: How many groups of 2/3 are in 1 1/2?
- Estimate:
**<1**>1 - Then you do the math.
- Then you draw a diagram

d)

**2 1/3**

**÷ 5/6=**

- Q: How many groups of 5/6 are in 2 1/3?
- Estimate: <1
**>1** - Then you do the math.
- Then you draw a diagram

7. a)

**3/5****÷ 9/10=**b)

**1 1/2**

**÷ 5/6=**

- You find the common denominator.
- 1 1/2 and 5/6 the common denominator is 6.

c)

**3 1/3****÷ 1 5/6 =**
Here's a video that may help you.

Here's a link http://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_division.html

**Math Test Corrections**

In a computer terminology, a bit is 1/8 of a byte. How many bits equal 16 bytes?

5/6 x 1/2 = 5/2

1/4 ÷ 1/3 = 3/4

5/8 ÷ 1/4= 2 1/2

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