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how do you simplify the fraction 14840/45581

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divide both numbers 5
okay
but 5 is not a multiple of 45581

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You can't simplify this at all.
so what is?
I tried finding common multiples for each other, but there's none
It's already simplified to least. so it'll just remain the same
I think that was just a question to trick you ;P
Tyree you found any common multiples?
lol okay thanks i guess let me know if you find a common number that simplifies the fraction
No there's none, I also plug it in a solver and it didn't simplify (:
okay thank you! lol I did that too but wasn't sure if it was right but i guess so! Thanks!
You're very welcome (;

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