It is one ninth, which could be two eighteenths.
It is 5/18.
8/18, 12/27, 16/36
write two equivalent fractions to one sixth?
The GCF applies to integers, not fractions.
200/340 is one of infinitely many equivalent fractions.
I just did fractions and I think 1/1
Non-equivalent fractions are fractions that are not equal
It is one ninth. Since everything is backwards in fractions, you multiply 3*3 and get nine.
No, a perfect square is the square of an integer number. Fractions are never a perfect square, as the square of an integer is always another integer.Actually fractions can be perfect squares an example is one ninth, it would be one third times one third which equals one ninth.
I think that equivalent fractions are fractions that have the same answer, at he end.
One way to do it is to convert them to decimals by performing the division. Equivalent fractions become the same decimal.
They are equivalent fractions, each equal to 0.2
3/10 is one
Equivalent fractions are fractions that have the same value as another fraction.
4.2 is the equivalent decimal fraction.
There are infinitely many equivalent fractions: one of these is 30/40.
25% = 1/4 = 25/100 = 7/28. Equivalent fractions of 25% are any fractions that equal one quarter.
One ninth which is also written 1/9 can be found by dividing 1 by 9. and the answer is: In decimal formant = 0.11111111111111111111111111111111...
Yes! If your fractions are equivalent.
Equivilent means same fractions.