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Q: How do you cross simplify with whole numbers?

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Whole numbers can't be simplified.

Whole numbers do not require and cannot be simplified.

By ignoring the whole numbers. 1 and 6/8 = 1 and 3/4

You can simplify fractions, sometimes, but you can never simplify whole numbers.

No, not in whole numbers, at least.

No. Whole numbers can't be simplified.

No. Whole numbers can't be simplified.

Short Answer, Yes. Long Answer Possibly.

you keep the whole number the same then simplify the fraction

you can not simplify fractions when one of the ( whole or part) numbers can not be divided by and thing like 11 over 17 could NOT be simplified

Simplify them.

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Only integers (the whole numbers, including zero and negative whole numbers) are odd or even. Other numbers (like irrational numbers, fractions that don't simplify to integers, imaginary numbers, and so on) are neither odd nor even.

You cannot simplify a whole number

A whole number is already simplified?

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no you can only simplify ones such as 2 and 4 eiths

Just multiply the numerator by the whole number, and keep the same denominator. After you do that, chances are that you'll have to simplify the fraction to a mixed number.

20 and 3 are. You can't simplify whole numbers.

No, you cannot.

Example: 1/15 x 9/2 In this case, you can cross simplify. No, it does not have to be simplified with whatever numbers are given. You just have to find the GCF which is 3 in this case. Now you should have: 1/5 x 3/2 = 3/10.

by cross multipling

The set of rational numbers includes all whole numbers, so SOME rational numbers will also be whole number. But not all rational numbers are whole numbers. So, as a rule, no, rational numbers are not whole numbers.

Whole numbers are a proper subset of decimal numbers. All whole numbers are decimal numbers but not all decimal numbers are whole numbers.

No, you cannot.