Step 1

-Change Mixed fractions to improper fractions

Step 2

-Make the problem simpler by dividing by 1

-Multiply the divisor by its reciprocal and the dividend by the same reciprocal

Step 3

-Simplify if possible

Here is a link to :

Dividing Rational Number in Fraction Form

Homework:

-Journal

-Finish 2.3 and Yellow decimal sheets

-Start Fraction yellow sheet

Not sure if it is my computer but your link is not working. Also put signs between your numbers please.

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