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3 3 over 8divided by 4 in fraction

  1. 27 over 32
  2. 32 over 27
  3. 9 over 32
  4. 15 over 8

The correct answer is: 27 over 32


    3 3 over 8 Convert the mixed fraction into improper fractions.
    3 3 over 8 =  8 × 3 + 3 over 8 = 27 over 8
    First, To divide fractions is to find the reciprocal (reverse the numerator and denominator) of the second fraction and then  multiply the two numerators. Then, multiply the two denominators.
    fraction numerator begin display style bevelled 27 over 8 end style over denominator 4 end fraction = 27 over 8 x 1 fourth = 27 over 32

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