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Examples 3/12=1/4

9/12=3/4

Q: Are fractions with an odd and even number in it already in simplest form?

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well all u have to do is think of a even number and out it by an even number

The terms "even" and "odd" are defined for integers, not for fractions.

In a mathematical context, a multiplier for a number, r, is be (1 + r/100) which is usually a rational fraction and the concept of odd or even does not apply to fractions.

No. Sometimes it is the same as one of them. If you are allowed to simplify the fractions first, you might even get a smaller number, but I'm not sure what your math teacher is going for in your case.

Composite numbers can have either an odd number or an even number of fractions. Factors of 25 are 1, 5, 25 . (odd number of them) Factors of 26 are 1, 2, 13, and 26 . (even number of them)

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Yes.

0.77 can't be expressed in mixed number as it is not even greater than 1 but,0.77 = 77/100 n fraction

The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.

No. Two even numbers will never be in simplest form.

well all u have to do is think of a even number and out it by an even number

No, any number that can be divided by 2 evenly (no fractions left over) is an even number

The terms "even" and "odd" apply to whole numbers, not to decimals or fractions.

The terms "even" and "odd" are defined for integers, not for fractions.

In a mathematical context, a multiplier for a number, r, is be (1 + r/100) which is usually a rational fraction and the concept of odd or even does not apply to fractions.

The concepts of "even" and "odd" apply to whole numbers, not to fractions or decimals.

Just working with fractions if the coefficient of x is not an even number, however I would not call it a disadvantage because fractions are beautiful numbers.

There is always a GCF, even if it's only 1. If the GCf is 1, the fraction is in its simplest form.