An equivalent fraction is just a multiple of the one that you have (i.e it is the one that you have, scaled up or down). So multiply the fraction that you have until either the numerator or the denominator match the given numerator/denominator of the fraction with the missing number. The number in the corresponding place on the fraction that you multiplied is the missing number.
You can find a missing denominator if you know something that the fraction is equal to. Then you can find the missing denominator through cross multiplication.
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That really depends on what information is given.
need to find the missing number 8(7+23)=8(7)+8( )
The question makes no sense: any fraction IS a number. So there is nothing to find!
The answer depends on what number is missing and what numbers are known!
to find a missing number in a division problem you need to cross mulp. then add your diviser
the missing number in the series 1,4,27.----.3125 is 81,35,729,256,115 .Please help to find the missing number.
Add a positive number - fraction or integer - to the given fraction.
Divide the prime number.
45 and 25 are both integers, not fractions. 45 * 5/9 = 25.
To simplify a fraction, you find a number that can be divided by the fraction you are simplifying. sometimes this does not always work and the fraction can not be simplified.
With only one number, you cannot - unless that one number happens to be the measure of the missing angle!
you find out missing numbers in addition by subtracting the numbers that are writen
To find an equivalent fraction, you need to make the denomiator the same number. and whatever you multiplied the bottom by you do it to the top number too.
Any whole number can be expressed as a fraction by putting it over 1.
There are an infinite number of equivalents for any fraction.
you have to find out how far the number is from zero
the fraction is percent over 100 and fraction over the whole. Whatever number is missing you multiply across in an X with the end being the empty space.