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Katelinc
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A scientist has 3/4 litter of solution He uses 1/6 of the solution for an experiment. How much solution did the scientist use for this experiment ?¿?¿

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arianacollier

For this we just need to multiply the fractions: [latex] \frac{3}{4} [/latex] × [latex] \frac{1}{6} [/latex] =[latex] \frac{3}{24} [/latex] We can simplify our answer further by dividing the top and bottom of the fraction by 3. =[latex] \frac{1}{8} [/latex] The scientist used 1/8 L for the experiment (1/8 is also the same as 0.125 L). 

nicole22

So, We just have to multiply the fractions together and then simplify them. [latex] \frac{3}{4} * \frac{1}{6} --\ \textgreater \ \frac{3*1}{4*6} [/latex] [latex]\frac{1*1}{4*2}\ or\ \frac{1}{8} [/latex] The scientist used 1/8 liters of solution for his experiment.

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