6th graders need to solve one-step equations that involve multiplying and dividing with fractions by applying the rules of fraction. In order to isolate the unknown variable, students need to apply the concept of reciprocals. For example, a problem might look as: "Solve for x: 3x = 9/5" or “Solve for x: 4/3 x = 16.”

6th graders need to solve one-step equations that involve multiplying and dividing with fractions by applying the rules of fraction. In order to isolate the unknown variable, students need to apply the concept of reciprocals. For example, a problem might look as: "Solve for x: 3x = 9/5" or “Solve for x: 4/3 x = 16.”

6th graders need to solve one-step equations that involve multiplying and dividing with fractions by applying the rules of fraction. In order to isolate the un...

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