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Q: How do you expand the fraction 1.3 into a fraction with a denominator of 15?

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If you mean 1/15 then 15 is the denominator and 1 is the numerator

0.8*15 = 12 so the fraction is 12/15. Simple!

15 is an integer, not a fraction. If you must, you can express it as a fraction as 15/1.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of this fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.15 is an integer, not a fraction. If you must, you can express it as a fraction as 15/1.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of this fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.15 is an integer, not a fraction. If you must, you can express it as a fraction as 15/1.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of this fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.15 is an integer, not a fraction. If you must, you can express it as a fraction as 15/1.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of this fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.

3 as an improper fraction with a denominator of 5 = 15/5

Multiply numerator and denominator by 2 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 2 15 x 2 = 14 30 Multiply numerator and denominator by 3 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 3 15 x 3 = 21 45 Multiply numerator and denominator by 4 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 4 15 x 4 = 28 60 Multiply numerator and denominator by 5 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 5 15 x 5 = 35 75 Multiply numerator and denominator by 6 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 6 15 x 6 = 42 90 Multiply numerator and denominator by 7 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 7 15 x 7 = 49 105 Multiply numerator and denominator by 8 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 8 15 x 8 = 56 120 Multiply numerator and denominator by 9 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 9 15 x 9 = 63 135 Multiply numerator and denominator by 10 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 10 15 x 10 = 70 150 Multiply numerator and denominator by 11 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 11 15 x 11 = 77 165 Multiply numerator and denominator by 12 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 12 15 x 12 = 84 180 Multiply numerator and denominator by 13 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 13 15 x 13 = 91 195 Multiply numerator and denominator by 14 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 14 15 x 14 = 98 210 Multiply numerator and denominator by 15 to get an equivalent fraction: 7 x 15 15 x 15 = 105 225

6/15

15/32 numerator = 15, denominator = 32

5/15 = 1/3

6/10 is equal to 9/15, and its denominator is 4 greater than its numerator.

Yes and it is simply 15/1 as an improper fraction because its numerator is greater than its denominator

0.8667

It is 3.

15 __ 20

6/15

Divide the fraction 13/15 13 divided by 15 equals 0.87

the lowest common denominator is 75 13/15 = 65/75 22/25 = 66/75 so 22/25 is bigger

3/11 = 0.272727272727...

LCM(11, 13, 15) = 2145

Reduce any fraction by dividing the same prime number into both numerator and denominator to provide new integer numerator and new integer denominator. For example 2 into 78 is 39 and 2 into 30 is 15. Also 3 into 39 is 13 and 3 into 15 is 5. So 78/30 = 39/15 = 13/5. One can also reduce an improper fraction, where in this example example the numerator 78 is greater than denominator 30, or 13>5, by turning it into a decimal number or mixed fraction: divide the denominator into the numerator, for example 5 divides 13 ( = 30 divides 78), 2.6 = 2 3/5 times.

15.065 to a fraction is 15 13/200.

80/15 = 16/3 by dividing the numerator and the denominator by 5

Convert the top (numerator) to decimal, and then convert the denominator to decimal. Octal fraction 15/26 is decimal (8+5) divided by decimal (16+6) = 13/22 decimal.

Since the denominator of the fraction is prime, the proper fraction 15/17 is already expressed in its simplest form.

Since the denominator of the fraction is prime, the proper fraction 15/37 is already expressed in its simplest form.

Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the fraction by any non-zero number. You will have an equivalent fraction.