They are equivalent fractions, each equal to 0.2
If the denominators (bottom numbers) are not equal, making equivalent fractions of them so that the denominators are equal. With the denominators equal if the numerators (top numbers) are equal, then the fractions are equal.
Yes, but only if the two fractions are the same or equivalent fractions (other than 0).
They are said to be equivalent fractions as for example 1/2 = 3/6
Two examples of fractions that 4/7 is equal to are 8/14 and 12/21.
There are endless fractions that are equal to 1/2, but two of them could be 2/4 and 4/8.
it is equal to `1 /38
Two equivalent fractions of 27/81 are: 1/3 and 2/6
They are equivalent fractions as for example: 3/4 = 9/12
Two fractions are equivalent if the fully simplified fractions are equal. If you can multiply the fraction with the smaller numerator and denominator by the same value to equal the second fraction. For example the fractions 3/4 and 9/12. The nominator and denominator, 3 and 4 have both been multiplied by 3 to equal 9/12. Cross multiply. If the products are equal, the fractions are equal. Cross multiplying means to multiply each numerator of one fraction with the denominator of the other fraction.
Equivalent fractions are fractions whose results are equal to each other. For example, 3/4 (three quarters) and 6/8 (six eighths) are equivalent fractions, because the answer to both their sums is 0.75.Any two pairs of numbers expressed as a vulgar fraction whose sums are equal to each other can be considered equivalent.
Yes, the two are equivalent fractions.
Two fractions equal to 15 over 24 are One: 5 over 8 and Two: 30 over 48.
120/480 and 1200000/4800000 are two equivalent fractions.
the difference between two equal fractions is zero.
4/6 6/9 8/12
Two equivalent fractions for 6/18 are 3/9 and 1/3.
what are two fractions that are equivalent to 14 over 34
Equivalent fractions have the same values when reduced to their lowest terms as for example 4/8 and 3/6 are both equal to 1/2
Two fractions set equal to each other form a proportion.
6/10 and 3/5 are two fractions equivalent to 0.6. There are an infinite number of fractions equivalent to 0.6.
"The two" equivalent fractions is incorrect - there are infinitely many equivalent fractions, not just two.