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which fractions are equivalent to 0.6 and why?

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    Hi. 0.6 is really 6/10. So, the fraction 6/10 is its equivalent and also 3/5 if you reduce the fraction further by dividing both the top and bottom by 2. Voila!

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    If you wanted to list even more fractions that are equivalent, you could multiply both the numerator and denominator by different numbers, ie., multiply them by 3 and youi'll get 18/30, and on and on.

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