For people who do not know how to divide basic fractions or who would like to refresh themselves or get some exercise in doing so, this video will show you a few quick and simple examples to get you started. In order to divide fractions, you will need to keep the first number the way it is and then take the second fraction which you are diving by and flip it upside down, so the numbers are reversed. You then multiply both the top and the bottom numbers together to get your final answer.
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