The simplest fractions are those that can't be further simplified.
-- The fraction is in "lowest terms".
-- Its numerator and denominator have no common factor except ' 1 '.
-- Its numerator and denominator are both prime numbers.
1/2, 3/4, those are examples of the most well-known, and common fractions and they are the simplest to work with.
The simplest for of 0.09 as a fractions is 9/100.
13/14 is in its simplest form.
Any fraction with a one in the numerator is in its simplest form.
You could, if you wished to.
It depends on what types of fractions. But, just get the fraction down to the simplest form, or until you can't divide into it anymore. Ex. 28/7 in simplest form is 4/1
Fractions come in all sizes. 1/2 = 2/4 = 3/6 = 4/8 The smallest of these is known as the simplest form.