Math and Arithmetic

# What fraction is equivalent to 25 over 75?

25/75 is 1/3.

Divide both 25 and 75 (numerator and denominator) by 25 to get the answer.

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## Related Questions

Fractions that are equivalent to 1/25 are 2/50, 3/75, 4/100, etc.

Any integer n/n multiplied by 8/25 will yield an equivalent fraction. The first 3 are 16/50, 24/75, and 32/100.

15 over 25 is 15/25. Equivalent fractions are 3/5, 30/50, 45/75, 60/100, etc.

.75 over 100 is .0075 or 75 over 10,000 which reduces to 3 over 400 when divided by 25/25.

Take a fraction, and multiply (or divide) the numerator and the denominator by the same non-zero integer, and you will have a fraction with the same value as the original (equivalent fraction). Example: 75/100; divide numerator and denominator by 25: 75 &Atilde;&middot; 25 = 3. 100 &Atilde;&middot; 25 = 4, so the equivalent fraction is 3/4.

It is: 25/75 = 1/3 in its simplest form.

Yes, the fraction 57/75 can be reduced. Divide the numerator and denominator by 3, and you get the reduced fraction 19/25 (19 over 25).

there are a number of equivalent fractions. first there is the fraction 75/100 or the most obvious answer is the fraction 3/4 reason :75/100 is the same as 3/4 if you take 75 and divide it through by 25 = 3 if you take 100 amd divide it through by 25 = 4. Hence 3/4

0.5252 percent26/50, 39/75, 52/10026/50, 39/75, 52/100

75/90 as a fraction in its lowest terms = 5/6

Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 3/75 is equal to 1/25 or one twenty-fifth.

It is 75/1 and equivalent fractions.

As 3 and 25 have no common factors then the fraction cannot be simplified - but equivalent fractions can be formed by multiplying both the numerator and denominator by the same number. 3/25 = 6/50 = 9/75 = 12/100.......and so on .........( x 2)...( x 3)....( x 4)

a over 75 (fraction) = 12 over 100 (fraction)

Most simply, 4/25, but is equivalent to 8/50, 12/75, 16/100, ...

Assuming you mean a fraction, the answer would be 17/25 use your calculator...

75 is an integer and, in fractional form, it is 75/1.

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