In this tutorial, we learn how to divide fractions step by step. First, you will need to know the different parts of the fraction, the numerator and the denominator. After you know these, you will flip the second fraction in the equation so the numerator is at the bottom and the denominator is at the top. Once you do this, change the division sign to a multiplication sign. Now, you will multiply the fraction as you normally do and then have the answer! This is a very simple way to divide fractions and takes all the hard work out of doing this type of math!
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