In this video, we learn how to flip and go to divide fractions. First, take your equation and then look at the fractions that you are given. If you work this out and end up with a fraction that can be reduced further, then reduce it. If you understand how to multiply fractions then you will understand how to divide them. You will take the second fraction in your equation and flip it upside down. Now the denominator will be the numerator and so on. Once you do this, you will change the sign to multiplication and then you will be finished with the equation!
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