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- anonymous

do u now how to write each fraction with lowest terms

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do u now how to write each fraction with lowest terms

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- amistre64

keep reducing till you cant reduce no more

- anonymous

i tried but i dont now

- amistre64

whats the fraction you are working with

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- anonymous

like 25/30

- amistre64

ok.... is there a number that both 25 and 30 have in common that we can "factor" out?
Do you know what Im saying?

- anonymous

no

- amistre64

think about it now. What do you multiply to get 25? What do you multiply to get 30?
(1)(25) = 25
(5)(5) = 25
(1)(30) = 30
(2)(15) = 30
(3)(10) = 30
(5)(6) = 30
What number do you see that 25 and 30 have in common?

- anonymous

5*5=25 5*6=30

- amistre64

Very good :)
we take out the (5) from each one to get 5/6. And that is what it is in lowest terms because 5 and 6 have nothing left in common.
Does that make sense?

- anonymous

so the answer is 5/5

- amistre64

Not quite. Do you see what I did with this?
25/5 5
----- = ---
30/5 6

- anonymous

ohh the answer is 5/6

- amistre64

Yes it is,
Now, do you SEE why it is 5/6?
Tell me what I did to get that answer please

- anonymous

u multiplyed both

- amistre64

multiplied? or divided? or how are you understanding it? Teach me how we got the answer :)

- anonymous

u multiplied to see wat times wat gives u the answer

- amistre64

very good. Now, can we do another one?

- anonymous

but wat about 46/9

- anonymous

for get it

- amistre64

since 9 is the smallest number; what do we know about it?
1(9) = 9
3(3) = 9
9(?) = 46? Nothing.
3(?) = 46? hmmm.... nothing.
If you typed in the correct numbers:
46
----
9
Have nothing in common. So it is already in lowest terms.

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