What is `5/6-: 5?`

First, write 5 as an improper fraction, `5/1.`

This yields `5/6-: 5/1`

In order to divide fractions you must multiply by the reciprocal of the second fraction. The reciprocal of `5/1` is `1/5.`

`5/6* 1/5` Now multply the numerators and the denominators.

`(5* 1)/(6*5)= 5/30` Now simplify the fraction.

`5/30 = 1/6`

**The solution is `1/6.`**

Solve `(5/6)/5`

Rewrite the term as `(5/6)*(1/5)`

Cancel out all the common terms in the polynomial `(5/6)*(1/5)`

`(1/6)``*1`

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Remove the single term factors from the expression.

`1/6`

Five sixths divided by whole number 5:

`5/6-: 5`

You can start solving this by writing the above sum in this way:

`5/6 -: 5/1`

Now to change the division sign to multiplication, you need to change the second fraction to it's reciprocal i.e. 5/1 to 1/5,

`5/6 * 1/5`

Cancel out both fives and then multiply both numerators and both denominators by one another,

`1/6 or 0.17` Answer.