I need help with Equivalents. Can anyone help me please?

- anonymous

I need help with Equivalents. Can anyone help me please?

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- anonymous

It says "List at least 5 Equivalents to: 1/2 2/3 75% and 60%

- anonymous

I got 2/4....3/6.....4/8...5/10....6/12 for 1/2

- anonymous

Some commas would be helpful. In any case the answer for the first one, could be something like this: 2/4. 4/8, 8/16, 32/64, 64/128... You could continue but I think that should be enough.

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- anonymous

Thank you. Can you help me with rest? I'm going to be honest. I'm trying to help my lil sis with it. I never had to learn stuff like this in school.

- anonymous

equivalent tO 2/3 are 4/6: 6/9: 8/12

- anonymous

whaever you do to the numerator you do to the denominator so if you multiply the top by two then multiply the bottom ny two also

- anonymous

It says list 5

- anonymous

I'm sorry i seem like a dummy

- anonymous

I couldn't even tell you how to go about figuring this out.

- anonymous

but its better if she learn show to do them, and for percentages i guess you could list fractions like for 75%=3/4 amd then get the rest of your answers from there

- anonymous

Yes you are right. I can't teach her, if I don't even know how to do them. How'd you get 3/4 for 75%? And on the first 2 she just multiply?

- anonymous

well because 75/100 is the same as 2/4 its just reduced to the simplest fraction

- anonymous

sorry not 2/4 but 3/4 my mistake

- anonymous

So like 60/100 would be 1/4?

- anonymous

and yea she can multiply so if she has a calculator it might be easier for her

- anonymous

and no to 60/100

- anonymous

1/4 would be 25/100

- anonymous

you can think of it as money to get 1 dollar or 1.00 you need 4 quarters or .25*4

- anonymous

2/3s then

- anonymous

oh how I HATE MATH

- anonymous

yea! 60/100 would be closer to 2/3 but its acually .66 repeated

- anonymous

She has to liste 5......how? on the percentage? and how do you get different top and bottom numbers if you just multiply both by 2?

- anonymous

lol you need to learn very basic fractions then (1/1=1) (1/2=.50) (1/3=.333333) 1/4=.25) 1/5=.20 1/6=.166666) 1/7\[\approx\] .14 etc

- anonymous

hold on let me try a dii approach

- anonymous

diffrent i mean

- anonymous

1 *2 = 2
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2 *2 = 4

- anonymous

imagine thats 1/2

- anonymous

make more sense?

- anonymous

Yes in a way. Sad I'm 26 and don't know this. The school I went to was a 1A and doesn't even offer Algerbra

- anonymous

o wow im sorry :/

- anonymous

Thety only taught basic math, and fractions....so I'm so sorry that your having to help me

- anonymous

haa its okay im pretty horrible at math too so i would like it if someone were to help me when having problems

- anonymous

Well, i told her about this site.... and if she uses it like i hope she does...and you see her on...and need help and if i can help you..then i will try my best....i'm not that bad on some math....sad thing is..i was in a real bad car wreck back in aug of last yr and my brain doesn't work like it should..i forget alot too soon...and anyway...i'm afraid to try to figure out the other 5 anwsers for these last 2 because i'm not sure i'm understanding it right, so i'm leaving it up to her to figure out...i've done most of it...but like i said...there is some math i do know..and if you need help and shes uses this site and see her on...ask for help..

- anonymous

lol okay no problem im happy to help but im rarely on since i dont have the time to be on that much, but if she needs help add me as a fan and i think i can help her more ill try to check it wenever i can :)

- anonymous

ok :) not sure how to do that...u can fan her

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