Make fractions out of the following information, reduce, if possible, 1 foot is divided into 12 inches. Make a fraction of the distance from 0 to a-d 0 to a. = ___ 0 to b. = ___ 0 to c. = ___ 0 to d. = ___

Chesley 2020-11-17 Answered
Make fractions out of the following information, reduce, if possible,
1 foot is divided into 12 inches. Make a fraction of the distance from 0 to a-d
0 to a. = ___
0 to b. = ___
0 to c. = ___
0 to d. = ___
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From 0 to a., there are 3 inches so the fraction is: 312=14ft
From 0 to a., there are 5 inches so the fraction is: 512ft
From 0 to a., there are 8 inches so the fraction is: 812=23ft
From 0 to a., there are 3 inches so the fraction is: 1112ft
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