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explaine how you can use inverse operations to find 1.8 divided by 3

explaine how you can use inverse operations to find 1.8 divided by 3

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explaine how you can use inverse operations to find 1.8 divided by 3

explaine how you can use inverse operations to find 1.8 divided by 3

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We can use inverse operations to find 1.8 divided by 3, because we know that if 1.8/3 = x, then 3x = 1.8.
That means that some number multiplied by 3 will equal 1.8.
We know that 3*1 = 3.
So the number has to be less than 1, but greater than 0.
We know that 3*6 = 18, so that means 3*0.6 = 1.8.
Therefore, 1.8 divided by 3 is 0.6.
Also, I have attached a more detailed way to find what 'x' is without having to use inverse operations.
frac 1 8 3 = x frac 1 8 times 10 3 times 10 = x frac 18 30 = x frac 6 times 3 6 times 5 = x frac ...

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