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Oh ok, that would be great if you could help with that. Im lost with that big of a number

I divide top and bottom by two until I get a decimal from one.

So divide them by 2 until the smallest number can't divide down?

\[\frac{112}{512}=\frac{112\div2}{512\div2}=\frac{56}{256}\]

Yep! Keep on dividing down.

Oh, I kept dividing till I got 1/2

But the answers are: 1/4. 5/16. and 7/32

\[\frac{56\div2}{256\div2}=\frac{28}{128}\]

\[\frac{28\div2}{128\div2}=\frac{14}{64}\]

oh so just divide by 2 one more time?

\[\frac{14\div2}{64\div2}=\frac{7}{32}\]

The trick is dividing by prime numbers as long as you can.