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Q: How do you express common factors as fractions?

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You may have answered your own question. Equivalent fractions have common factors. If they don't have common factors, they aren't equivalent.

Fractions don't have common factors. The common factors of 4 and 6 are 1 and 2.

Look for common factors in the numerator and denominator. Divide top and bottom by whatever common factors there are.

The GCF is helpful in reducing fractions. The LCM is helpful in adding and subtracting unlike fractions.

Multiply them by each other.

They are useful in reducing fractions and to simplify radicals. They are useful in reducing fractions and to simplify radicals.

Finding the greatest common factor helps when you are reducing fractions.

Express all of them with a common denominator, then order them according to their numerators.

Factors and common factors refer to integers, not fractions. The least common factor of any set of positive integers is 1.

They are useful in reducing fractions to their simplest forms.

Factors refer to whole numbers, not fractions.

Mastering the concept of the GCF will help you to reduce fractions.

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