An equivalent fraction to 3/4, using 64 as the denominator of the fraction, is 48/64, or forty-eight sixty-fourths.
Multiply the numerator (top) by any non-zero number and the denominator (bottom) by the same number. You will have an equivalent fraction.
4 and three fourths, an improper fraction has a numerator that is larger than a denominator
4.5/6 (but not possible fraction)
six eighths, then that can reduce to three fourths.
three fifths, for example.
90 is your common denominator.
Multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same number and you will get an equivalent fraction.
3/4 x 3/3 = 9/12
Some equivalent fractions of three fourths(3/4) are 6/8,12/16,30/40,7/10,and 300/400.
3/4 = 6/8 = 9/12 = 12/16......and so on As the numerator and denominator have no common factors then the fraction cannot be simplified. The only way therefore to create equivalent fractions is to multiply both the numerator and denominator by the same number. In the examples shown we have multiplied the original figures by 2, 3 and 4.
The least common denominator of three fourths and five sixths is twelve.
It is 18.
If you multiply the fraction three-fourths by two you will get six-fourths. If you change that improper fraction to a mixed fraction you will get one and two-fourths. The two-fourths reduces to one-half. There fore three-fourths times two is one and a half.
The numerator of the improper fraction is 4*6 + 3 = 27 and the denominator is the same as for the mixed fraction. So, the improper fraction is 27/4.
You can do this by multiplying both the numerator and denominator by a common number. For example, six tenths is an equivalent fraction because the numerator and denominator were both multiplied by 2.