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Step 1: make the 2 fractions into improper fractions so it’s 24/5 divide 12/5 When dividing fractions always flip the numerator and denominator of the second fraction and this changes the division into a multiplication. So you should now get 24/5 times 5/12 which is 120 divide 60 The final answer is 2
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