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20/60 =2/6=1/3 is doesn't equal to 10/10
ok then what should it be 20/20 = 1/3
so the answer is 1 correct. so 24/32=8/8=/34 correct
how are you getting everything equals one?
\[ 32= (2*2*2*2*2)\] \[24=2*2*2*3\]
anything you have the same number over the same number it is one
24/32 = 2*2*2*3/(2*2*2*2*2)= 3/(2*2)=3/4
ok so my answer to the problem 24/34 is 3/4 correct?
but you can't write 24/34=8/8
oh i know what he meant now hes dividing top and bottom by 8
ok. but the way my teacher wrote the example was 21/28 = 7/7= 3/4
don't do it. its incorrect. and your teacher did she/he is incorrect
21/28 * 7/7 maybe?
maybe it was a type incorrect. let me try on more. 50/75 =2/3
so 31/93 = 1/3
Thanks for your help.
no problem :)
how about adding fractions? can you help me with that
6/11 + 3/22 = would that be 9/33 = 3/11
I would assume the teacher meant to write divided by 7/7 you can divide any number by one and it does not change its value.
6/11 +3/22 is not 9/33 6/11 X 2/2 =12/22 now you can add 12/22 + 3/22= 15/22
Although if it was 9/33 it does equal 3/11