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ParthKohli
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Divide both numerator and denominator by 2.

fewscrewsmissing
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Try dividing the numerator and denominator by their highest common multiple. Maybe 2?

Andresfon12
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agree with parth

ParthKohli
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\(\Large \color{MidnightBlue}{\rightarrow {10 \div 2 \over 52 \div 2} }\)
\(\Large \color{MidnightBlue}{\rightarrow {5 \over 26} }\)

Amy876
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5/26?

Andresfon12
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dw:1337186461340:dw

ParthKohli
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Yep!

Amy876
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ok thanks :D

fewscrewsmissing
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*Factor, sorry. And yes that's right.

Andresfon12
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that correct

Andresfon12
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if u mutiply the 2 back is the same

ParthKohli
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Another way to say is:
\(\Large \color{MidnightBlue}{\rightarrow {10 \over 52} = {5 \over 26} }\)