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

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When the fraction is in simplest terms.

In dividing fractions you have to change division to multiplication and change the second fraction into a recipracol(flip the fraction.

Every fraction has infinitely many fractions that areequivalent to it. So every fraction is equivalent.Every fraction has infinitely many fractions that areequivalent to it. So every fraction is equivalent.Every fraction has infinitely many fractions that areequivalent to it. So every fraction is equivalent.Every fraction has infinitely many fractions that areequivalent to it. So every fraction is equivalent.

The easiest way is cross multiplication.A fraction a/b = c/d if and only if ad = bc

Equivalent fractions are fractions that have the same value as another fraction.

No. Equivalent fractions applies to proper fractions. Getting an equivalent fractions means getting the same value of the part of a whole.

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

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There are common fractions, improper fractions and equivalent fractions

Division is the multiplication by the reciprocal or multiplicative inverse. In simpler language, to divide by a fraction change the division sign to multiplication and flip the fraction.

When a fraction is simplified, it is made into an equivalent fraction with no common divisor between the numerator and denominator.

Cross multiplication is when you multiply the denominator of a fraction by the numerator of another fraction. Before you cross multiply you want to see if you can simply the fractions.

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!

Nothing at least every fractions has a equvintent fraction

No. You need two fractions for them to be equivalent.

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In multiplication and division of fractions, both involve multiplication. This is their similarity. In multiplication of fractions, multiply the numerator by the numerator of the other fraction and the denominator by the denominator of the other fraction. Example: 1/2 * 2/3 = 2/6 In division of fractions, reciprocate the divisor then follow the step in multiplying fractions. Example: 1/2 ÷ 2/3 = 1/2 * 3/2 = 3/4

Examples of compound nouns for the noun 'fraction' are:proper fractionimproper fractionmixed fractionsequivalent fractions

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

There are infinitely many equivalent fractions to any given fraction.

There are an infinite number of equivalent fractions. However, the simplest, or reduced, equivalent fraction is 3/10.

13/100 As 13 is a prime number this fraction cannot be simplified (by division of the numerator and denominator) but equivalent fractions can be formed by multiplication. The smallest equivalent fraction is therefore 2 x 13/2 x 100 = 26/200

When the fractions are converted to equivalent fractions with the same denominator the one with the larger numerator is the larger fraction.

no. you can multiply straight across in fraction multiplication