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Dividing a Mixed Number by a Fraction

Step by step method in dividing mixed number by a fraction

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Mathematics Division Fraction K-12



What you will learn

  • Learn the step by step method in dividing mixed number by a fraction
  • Identify the difference of fraction and mixed number
  • Apply the procedure in dividing mixed number and a fraction

Course Content

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Dividing Mixed Number by a Fraction
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Requirements

  • Prior Knowledge with Fraction and Division, Laptop, Mobile Phone, Tablet, PC, Paper and Pen for manual solving

Description

Welcome to Dividing Mixed Numbers by Fractions with Teacher Harvy! Need help with how to divide a mixed number by a fraction? You're in the right place! Whether you're just starting out, or need a quick refresher, this is the video for you if you're looking for help with dividing a mixed number by a fraction. Teacher Harvy will go through dividing mixed numbers by fractions examples and explain the steps of how to divide mixed numbers by fractions.

You can divide a number by a fraction by multiplying the number by the reciprocal of the divisor. A mixed number consists of a whole number and a fraction, or "a whole and a part." When dividing a mixed number by a fraction, the quotient is the number of times the fraction divides into the mixed number. 

This course offers instructional videos that are directly aligned with math standards. Teachers, parents/guardians, and students from around the world can enroll to this course and tutorial to help with math content in many different ways.

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Last Updated 12th May 2022
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About the Instructor

Ryan Harvy Quindoza has a degree in Bachelor of Secondary Education with the specialization in Social Sciences. He is currently a college instructor at one of the most prominent colleges in their region.