# Secondary 81688

Hello, this year I am doing the entrance exams for secondary school. I wanted to ask if I have an example: HOW MANY TIMES is a quarter of the number 1.5 smaller than the number 4 1/2, and I don't know what to do with that? HOW MANY TIMES will I add, subtract, multiply, or share? Does anyone know how to calculate it, please?

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