the answer is wrong beause you didnt divide it right or mulitply its suppose to be 15\36 your suppose to simplify it too get 5\12 Section 4 group 4

The answer is wrong because the 9 is soppose to be a 3 because 3 goes in to 9 3 times. sec4 table 5

The answer is wrong because the 2 suppost to be 3 because 9 divided by 3 is 3 so 4x3=12 and 1x5=5 so the asnwer is 5/12. section 4 table 6

sec3 table3 the bottom number is wrong its suppose to be 5 12th

the problem is that the 3 goes into the 9 3 times and then you are supposed to multiply and 5 times 1 equals 5 and 4 times 3 equals 12 and you should get 5/12Section 3Table 6

its wrong because the two its suppose to be 3 and then the answer would be 5 12.team 4 section 3

the problem is that 9 divided by 3 doesnt = 2 it equals 3. so th answer is 5/12 table1 section 3

the problem is that the 9 changes to 3 not 2 because 3/3=1 and 9/3=3 the real answer is 5/12 and it is in simpliest form table2 section3

The 2 in 5/2 is suppose to be a 3 and the answer is 5/12.Table 3 Section 2

is wrong because they forgot to put the 3 denominator.Table #6.

The answer is wrong because the 2 that replaced 9 is suppose to be a 3 because 3 goes into 9 three times.section-1table-5

they did cross cancellation wrong.Table 3 Section 1

What the student did was that 3 times 3 is 9 so the 3 is a one and the nine is a three so the answer is 5 over 12 section 1 table 1

the answer is wrong beause you didnt divide it right or mulitply its suppose to be 15\36 your suppose to simplify it too get 5\12

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The answer is wrong because the 9 is soppose to be a 3 because 3 goes in to 9 3 times.

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The answer is wrong because the 2 suppost to be 3 because 9 divided by 3 is 3 so 4x3=12 and 1x5=5 so the asnwer is 5/12. section 4 table 6

ReplyDeletesec3 table3 the bottom number is wrong its suppose to be 5 12th

ReplyDeletethe problem is that the 3 goes into the 9 3 times and then you are supposed to multiply and 5 times 1 equals 5 and 4 times 3 equals 12 and you should get 5/12

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its wrong because the two its suppose to be 3 and then the answer would be 5 12.

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the problem is that 9 divided by 3 doesnt = 2 it equals 3. so th answer is 5/12 table1 section 3

ReplyDeletethe problem is that the 9 changes to 3 not 2 because 3/3=1 and 9/3=3 the real answer is 5/12 and it is in simpliest form

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The 2 in 5/2 is suppose to be a 3 and the answer is 5/12.Table 3 Section 2

ReplyDeleteis wrong because they forgot to put the 3 denominator.

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The answer is wrong because the 2 that replaced 9 is suppose to be a 3 because 3 goes into 9 three times.

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they did cross cancellation wrong.

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What the student did was that 3 times 3 is 9 so the 3 is a one and the nine is a three so the answer is 5 over 12 section 1 table 1

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