anonymous
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FIND AN EQUIVALENT FRACTION 7/12
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anonymous
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14/24
anonymous
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49/144 42/72 a bunch of things tak your pick
anonymous
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do you need an explanation

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anonymous
  • anonymous
YES
anonymous
  • anonymous
just multiply by 2, 3 , 4
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[7\pi/12\pi\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i'M NOT UNDERSTANDING
anonymous
  • anonymous
multiply the numerator and denominator by the same number or divide but because you cannot divide you have to multiply you can multiply with any numbers but the easiest is by 2
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do u understand?
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's like this man. Say you have 1/2 of a pie. 50% of the pie. Imagine this... 1/2 of a pie. Now, multiply the amount of pies you have by 2. However, don't give yourself two WHOLE pies. You started with 1/2 of a pie. So the next by you give yourself must also only have half of it left. Therefore, you have 2 pies, each with half of them missing. Give yourself another pie if you want... with half of it gone. And another. And another. You'll notice something. Draw this on a sheet of paper if you want, some circles half filled in, however you want to graph it. For every whole circle (1), (1/2) of it is left. Even if you give yourself seemingly more pie (1/2 more), there was still 2 pies, now you have 1/2 + 1/2 1 out of 2 pies, 1/2 again. Make sense? So in a way, you have 2/4 of the total amount of pies. It makes sense if you draw it out (this is a weird way of explaining equivalent fractions lol).

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