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# (1 1/6)*(1 11/21) =

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$$(1 \frac{1}{6})*(1 \frac{11}{21}) =$$

A. $$1\frac{7}{9}$$

B. $$1\frac{11}{14}$$

C. $$1\frac{29}{42}$$

D. $$1\frac{11}{126}$$

E. $$2\frac{29}{42}$$

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23 Oct 2018, 23:50
Bunuel wrote:
$$(1 \frac{1}{6})*(1 \frac{11}{21}) =$$

A. $$1\frac{7}{9}$$

B. $$1\frac{11}{14}$$

C. $$1\frac{29}{42}$$

D. $$1\frac{11}{126}$$

E. $$2\frac{29}{42}$$

$$(1 \frac{1}{6})*(1 \frac{11}{21})$$

$$= \frac{7}{6}*\frac{32}{21}$$

$$= \frac{16}{9}$$

$$= 1\frac{7}{9}$$ ; Answer must be (A)
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24 Oct 2018, 00:11
Bunuel wrote:
$$(1 \frac{1}{6})*(1 \frac{11}{21}) =$$

A. $$1\frac{7}{9}$$

B. $$1\frac{11}{14}$$

C. $$1\frac{29}{42}$$

D. $$1\frac{11}{126}$$

E. $$2\frac{29}{42}$$

We can write $$a \frac{b}{c}=a +\frac{b}{c}$$

Using the same logic, $$(1 \frac{1}{6})*(1 \frac{11}{21})$$=$$(1+\frac{1}{6})*(1+\frac{11}{21})$$=$$\frac{7}{6}*\frac{32}{21}=\frac{16}{9}=1+\frac{7}{9}=1\frac{7}{9}$$

Ans. (A)
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28 Oct 2018, 18:22
Bunuel wrote:
$$(1 \frac{1}{6})*(1 \frac{11}{21}) =$$

A. $$1\frac{7}{9}$$

B. $$1\frac{11}{14}$$

C. $$1\frac{29}{42}$$

D. $$1\frac{11}{126}$$

E. $$2\frac{29}{42}$$

We first convert the two mixed numbers to improper fractions and then simplify. We have:

7/6 x 32/21 = (7 x 32)/(6 x 21) = 32/(6 x 3) = 32/18 = 16/9 = 1 7/9

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