fractions of group. completing fraction equations for groups.

Still not sure I understand, looks too simple. I'm sure you already know 1/2 of 6 (one half of 6) = 3.

(1/2)*6 = 6/2 = 3

fractions of group. completing fraction equations for groups.

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Still not sure I understand, looks too simple. I'm sure you already know 1/2 of 6 (one half of 6) = 3.

(1/2)*6 = 6/2 = 3

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Hi Jaquan... can you give an example, a sample problem?

1

- of 6 =

2