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### Gauthmathier5738

Grade 11 · 2021-09-05

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### Gauthmathier2699

Grade 11 · 2021-09-05

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14

Explanation

Based on the given conditions, formulate: 10\dfrac{1}{2} \div \dfrac{3}{4}

Convert the expression into a fraction: \dfrac{\dfrac{10}{1} + \dfrac{1}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Expand the fraction to get the least common demominator: \dfrac{\dfrac{10 \times 2}{1 \times 2} + \dfrac{1}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Calculate the product or quotient: \dfrac{\dfrac{20}{1 \times 2} + \dfrac{1}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Calculate the product or quotient: \dfrac{\dfrac{20}{2} + \dfrac{1}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Write the numerators over common denominator: \dfrac{\dfrac{20 + 1}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Calculate the sum or difference: \dfrac{\dfrac{21}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Divide a fraction by multiplying its reciprocal: \dfrac{21}{2} \times \dfrac{4}{3}

Reduce the expression to the lowest term: 7 \times 2

Calculate the product or quotient: 14

Answer: 14

Convert the expression into a fraction: \dfrac{\dfrac{10}{1} + \dfrac{1}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Expand the fraction to get the least common demominator: \dfrac{\dfrac{10 \times 2}{1 \times 2} + \dfrac{1}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Calculate the product or quotient: \dfrac{\dfrac{20}{1 \times 2} + \dfrac{1}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Calculate the product or quotient: \dfrac{\dfrac{20}{2} + \dfrac{1}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Write the numerators over common denominator: \dfrac{\dfrac{20 + 1}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Calculate the sum or difference: \dfrac{\dfrac{21}{2}}{\dfrac{3}{4}}

Divide a fraction by multiplying its reciprocal: \dfrac{21}{2} \times \dfrac{4}{3}

Reduce the expression to the lowest term: 7 \times 2

Calculate the product or quotient: 14

Answer: 14

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