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how to simplify a fraction

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Welcome to OpenStudy mathhelp! You will find a lot of people here who will help you learn, I hope you enjoy yourself here and also feel free to help others when you can. I'm not a math person so I'll let someone else answer your question. Good luck to you!
Alright, i will help you Mathhelp, Do u have any particular example?
33 - 18

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Alright, so what do u think is the minimum common factor of it?
Or to make it easy, can u list the factors of 33 and 18?
ok
so how do i can do it after that
Cancel the same term.
what term
Can u list the factors?
kk i will try 33: 1, 3, 11, 33
i willl brb hold on asec.
kk
Ok, so: 18: 3 * 3 * 2 33: 3 * 11 so now, \[\frac{18}{33} \to \frac{3 \times 3 \times 2}{ 3 \times 11}\]
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Now as i was saying about cancelling terms, \[\frac{\cancel 3 \times 3 \times 2}{ \cancel 3 \times 11}\to \frac{3 \times 2}{11} \to \frac{6}{11}\]
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