# Multiplicative property of equality with fractions Online Quiz

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Q 1 - Solve the following equation:

$\frac{11}{9} = \frac{−5}{8p}$

### Explanation

Step 1:

Given $\frac{11}{9} = \frac{−5}{8p}$

Cross multiplying, we get

$11 \times 8p = −5 \times 9; \: 88p = −45$

Step 2:

Using multiplicative property of equality, we divide both sides by 88

$\frac{88p}{88} = \frac{−45}{88}$

Step 3:

So, $p = \frac{−45}{88}$

Q 2 - Solve the following equation:

$\frac{2v}{(\frac{3}{5})} = \frac{−6}{7}$

### Explanation

Step 1:

Given $\frac{2v}{(\frac{3}{5})} = \frac{−6}{7}$

Cross multiplying, we get

$2v = \frac{3}{5} \times \frac{−6}{7}; \: 2v = \frac {−18}{35}$

Step 2:

Using multiplicative property of equality, we divide both sides by 2

$\frac{2v}{2} = \frac{−18}{(35 \times 2)}$

Step 3:

So, $v = \frac{−9}{35}$

Q 3 - Solve the following equation:

$\frac{5}{11 g} = \frac{−3}{8}$

### Explanation

Step 1:

Given $\frac{5}{11 g} = \frac{−3}{8}$

Cross multiplying, we get

$11g \times −3 = 5 \times 8; \: −33g = 40$

Step 2:

Using multiplicative property of equality, we divide both sides by −33

$\frac{−33g}{−33} = \frac{40}{−33}$

Step 3:

So, $g = \frac{−40}{33}$

Q 4 - Solve the following equation:

$\frac{(\frac{2}{5})}{z} = \frac{−9}{13}$

### Explanation

Step 1:

Given $\frac{(\frac{2}{5})}{z} = \frac{−9}{13}$

Cross multiplying, we get

$\frac{2}{5} \times 13 = −9z; \: \frac{26}{5} = −9z$

Step 2:

Using multiplicative property of equality, we divide both sides by −9

$\frac{26}{(5 \times −9)} = \frac{−9z}{−9}$

Step 3:

So, $z = \frac{−26}{45}$

Q 5 - Solve the following equation:

$\frac{(\frac{2}{7})}{y} = \frac{−8}{11}$

### Explanation

Step 1:

Given $\frac{(\frac{2}{7})}{y} = \frac{−8}{11}$

Cross multiplying, we get

$\frac{2}{7} \times 11 = −8y; \: \frac{22}{7} = −8y$

Step 2:

Using multiplicative property of equality, we divide both sides by −8

$\frac{22}{(7 \times −8)} = \frac{−8y}{−8}$

Step 3:

So, $y = \frac{−11}{28}$

Q 6 - Solve the following equation:

$\frac{3}{11 k} = \frac{−5}{9}$

### Explanation

Step 1:

Given $\frac{3}{11 k} = \frac{−5}{9}$

Cross multiplying, we get

$3 \times 9 = −5 \times 11k; \: 27 = −55k$

Step 2:

Using multiplicative property of equality, we divide both sides by −55

$\frac{27}{−55} = \frac{−55k}{−55}$

Step 3:

So, $k = \frac{−27}{55}$

Q 7 - Solve the following equation:

$\frac{(\frac{5}{3})}{w} = \frac{−10}{13}$

### Explanation

Step 1:

Given $\frac{(\frac{5}{3})}{w} = \frac{−10}{13}$

Cross multiplying, we get

$5 \times 13 = −10 \times 3w; \: 65 = −30w$

Step 2:

Using multiplicative property of equality, we divide both sides by −30

$\frac{65}{−30} = \frac{−30w}{−30}$

Step 3:

So, $w = \frac{−13}{6}$

Q 8 - Solve the following equation:

$\frac{3x}{(\frac{6}{5})} = \frac{−8}{11}$

### Explanation

Step 1:

Given $\frac{3x}{(\frac{6}{5})} = \frac{−8}{11}$

Cross multiplying, we get

$3x = \frac{−8}{11} \times \frac{6}{5}; \: 3x = \frac{−48}{55}$

Step 2:

Using multiplicative property of equality, we divide both sides by 3

$\frac{3x}{3} = \frac{−48}{(3 \times 55)}$

Step 3:

So, $x = \frac{−16}{55}$

Q 9 - Solve the following equation:

$\frac{9}{11 t} = \frac{5}{13}$

### Explanation

Step 1:

Given $\frac{9}{11 t} = \frac{5}{13}$

Cross multiplying, we get

$9 \times 13 = 5 \times 11t; \: 117 = 55t$

Step 2:

Using multiplicative property of equality, we divide both sides by 55

$\frac{55t}{55} = \frac{117}{55}$

Step 3:

So, $t = \frac{117}{55}$

Q 10 - Solve the following equation:

$\frac{8}{17} = \frac{4y}{5}$

### Explanation

Step 1:

Given $\frac{8}{17} = \frac{4y}{5}$

Cross multiplying, we get

$8 \times 5 = 17 \times 4y; \: 40 = 68y$

Step 2:

Using multiplicative property of equality, we divide both sides by 68

$\frac{40}{68} = \frac{68y}{68}$

Step 3:

So, $y = \frac{10}{17}$

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