Can fractions be written with a one under them and can problems be solved this way How would you wr

therightwomanwf 2022-07-04 Answered
Can fractions be written with a one under them and can problems be solved this way
How would you write a 0.1 ?
Are either of these ways acceptable?
a 1 1 10 1 = a 1 × 1 1 10
or
a 1 1 10 = a 1 × 10 1
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Sariah Glover
Answered 2022-07-05 Author has 16 answers
Both expressions are correct and yield 10 a in the completely simplified form.

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babyagelesszj
Answered 2022-07-06 Author has 7 answers
Both expressions are correct, but it's very important for you to know the following expressions. Here's some good examples:
Note: Do the parentheses before the division
(1) 2 3 4 5 = ( 2 3 ) ( 4 5 ) = 5 6
(2) 0.4 2 2 3 5 = ( 0.4 2 ) ( 2 3 5 ) = 2 5 × 1 2 13 5 = 1 5 13 5 = 1 5 × 5 13 = 13

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