16

When dividing by a fraction, you 'flip' the fraction and multiply

Another example: 1/(1/4) = 4

When dividing by a fraction, you 'flip' the fraction and multiply

Another example: 1/(1/4) = 4

16

When dividing by a fraction, you 'flip' the fraction and multiply

Another example: 1/(1/4) = 4

When dividing by a fraction, you 'flip' the fraction and multiply

Another example: 1/(1/4) = 4

4 divided by 1/4 equals 1/16.

No it 1

Solution 4/1 *1/4 which will give u 1

=1

=1

16 .. Think how many times does a quarter divide into 4?

When you divide by a fraction, you simply invert the fraction and then multiply.

So: (4)/(1/4) = 4 x (4/1) = 4 x 4 = 16

So: (4)/(1/4) = 4 x (4/1) = 4 x 4 = 16

(4/1) / (1/4) (your statement)

Division by a fraction is done by multiplying the dividend by the reciprocal of the divisor, in accordance with the identity.

(4/1) * (4/1) (follow instructions above)

Final Answer: 16 (simplify)

Division by a fraction is done by multiplying the dividend by the reciprocal of the divisor, in accordance with the identity.

(4/1) * (4/1) (follow instructions above)

Final Answer: 16 (simplify)

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