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this problems says write in simplest form can you show me how

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  1. anonymous
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    what's your question?

  2. anonymous
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    4:10

  3. anonymous
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    \[\frac{4}{10}\] To convert a fraction to its simplest form, you've got to divide it into smaller pieces. You must check whether your numerator and denominator can be divided by the same number

  4. anonymous
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    it is 2 : 5 4 and 10 are both divisible by 2

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    lol :)

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    2 and 5 cannot be divided by the same number any further without making them decimals so 2 : 5 is the final answer

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    yep ^_^

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    thanks to the both of you

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    heres one it says write the rate as a fraction inthe lowest terms $28 for 6minutes

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    np :)

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    you gain 28$ per 6 minutes, so it's

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    28/6

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    28 : 6 divide by 2 = 14 : 3 $14 for 3 minutes

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    okay i got that this one says what is the unit rate in dollar per hour if $594 is earned in 22

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    can any body else help me to i got class in a hr iam rushing and need all the help

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    594 : 22 divide by 2 297 : 11 divide by 11 27 : 1 $ 27 per minute

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    type as unit rate 408.0miles in 6.8 hours

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    when a problem says write a ratio fraction in the lowest terms can you give me a good exp

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    the lowest integer number numerator divided by the lowest integer number denominator

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    for example 7/3 will stay 7/3 however, in 15/5, both the numerator and denominator are divisible by 5 so it reduces to 3/1 which is 3 In 15/6, the numerator and denominator are divisible by 3 so it reduces to 5/2 Understand it now ?

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    nope math makes me cry

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    Are you allowed to use a calculator?

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    i understand were dividing but it take me alot of time know we cnt use calcus

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    whats the unit rate for 408.0 miles in 6.8 hours

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    If you cant use a calculator then can you mentally divide small numbers ( below 20 )

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    the answer is 60 miles per hour

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    this problem says determine wether the equation is is a proprotin 102over132?=85over110 would that be x

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    some i can i keep getting help in math until i get it i really did good in math

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    in th beging but not now its hard when you beenout of school long

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    102 / 132 divide by 2 = 51/66 divide by 3 = 17 / 22 for the second one 85/110 divide by 5 = 17/22 As the ratios are equal they are in proportion

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