Dividing fractions may be new or difficult, but this calculator can help with gaining new understanding of the concept. There are some examples of how to divide fractions below the calculator and if you would like more, there are also some examples included on our dividing fractions examples page.

### How to Divide Fractions?

Example: For dividing the fractions ^{10}/_{15} and ^{1}/_{5}, you first find the reciprocal of the second fraction. The reciprocal of ^{1}/_{5} is ^{5}/_{1} . You then multiply the first fraction by the reciprocal of the second fraction.

^{10}/_{15} ÷ ^{1}/_{5}

is the same as

^{10}/_{15} x ^{5}/_{1}

The answer is ^{50}/_{15} , reduced the simplest form is ^{10}/_{3} .

### Help with Dividing Fractions

Dividing fractions isn't the funnest thing in the world, but there are many online resources to help out. There are online video tutorials like this one on dividing fractions. There are online fraction lessons, and there are fraction games to help make learning a little more fun.