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both of them belong to the five times table and both numbers are divisible by 5
oh wait what the heck I'm doing it the hard way yup sorry both numbers are also divisible by 25
so all we need is 25 divided by 25 -------------------- 100 divided by 25 it's similar to solving 25 x 1 =? 25 x 4 =?
100=25 x 4 nd we have 25/100 we can write it as = 25/(2x25) can we cancel any terms from the numerator and denominator?? @tatiana.woodson
I think I gave it out 25 x 1 = 25 25/25 = 1 25 x 4 = 100 100/25 = 4 so the reduced fraction is.......... 25/25 --------- 100/25
why decimals though @imqwerty ?
ok what is 25 x 1 =?
ok what is 25 divided by 25 ?
how many times can 25 go into 25?
lol ok lets begin frm the beginning @tatiana.woodson where r u gettin confused
yes so that's that new numerator. since 25 is divisible by 25 25 divided by 25 is 1
now for the denominator what is 25 x 4 ?
we can also add 25 4 times 25+25+25+25 = ?
Simply divide the fraction by the GCF, 25. Then tell me what you get as the answer ^-^
and how many times can 25 go into 100?
yes so that's the reduced denominator , so our simplified and reduced fraction is 1/4