Q: In what situation can you use only multiplication to find equivalent fractions?

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no. you can multiply straight across in fraction multiplication

If you look at a multiplication table you can find 14 and 28 on the 1 and 2 line. Any of the other matching numbers like 2 and 4, 3 and 6 etc would also be equivalent. That's a neat way to use the multiplication table.

You turn the decimal into a fraction. Then you can find the equivalent fraction.

Fractions that are equivalent to 3/4 are: 6/8, 9/12, 12/16, etc. To find equivalent fractions, multiply the numerator and denominator by the same number.

it helps you find the distance between fractions because the new name should be an equivalent fraction. Therefore it should be able to be divided\multiplied by 2 to make the original number.

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In what situtation can you use only multiplication to find equivalent fraction? Give an example

When the fraction is in simplest terms.

Identity property of Multiplication c:

If 7/15 is the simplest form, equivalent fractions will be greater. To make things greater, use multiplication.

no. you can multiply straight across in fraction multiplication

Because to add or subtract two fractions you first have to find equivalent fractions for both which have the same denominator.

If you look at a multiplication table you can find 14 and 28 on the 1 and 2 line. Any of the other matching numbers like 2 and 4, 3 and 6 etc would also be equivalent. That's a neat way to use the multiplication table.

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You turn the decimal into a fraction. Then you can find the equivalent fraction.

Well, it depends what the fraction is so mainly the situation is for example if the fraction is 45/34 that wouldn't work because the numerater is larger than the denomenater. I hope this helps you out some!

it helps you find the distance between fractions beacause the new name should be an equivalent fraction

---- 3 fifths is equivalent to ? tenths