fractions that can not be simplified any more
Whole numbers have prime factors, not fractions.
You use a factor tree, for the 2 denominators. Yes that is correct the answer on the top but it says 2 denominators. This is the real correct way To do Prime Factorization in fractions first prime factorization the numerator and then the denominator. then put the prime factorization of the numerator on top and put the prime factorization of the denominator on the bottom like fractions.
Prime numbers are used to find the LCM of numbers Prime numbers are used to find the HCF of numbers Prime numbers are used to simplify fractions Prime numbers are used to find the LCD of fractions
It helps to reduce fractions.
you have to find like denominators and then you order them from least to greatest by there numerators
No, a prime number is a whole number divisible only by itself and 1. Fractions are not prime numbers.
It is a prime number. And the appropriate word is factors, not fractions.
Primality or not is a property of integers, not fractions.
to order fractions you can cross multiply two fractions at a time or you can convert all the fractions into decimals.
You cannot. Prime factors are defined in the context of whole numbers, not of fractions.
When investigating the prime factors of any number, you would not encounter any fractions.