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Q: What is 220 over 230 in simplest form?

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Yes, 220 volts is in the same voltage classification as 230 volts.

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Expressed as a top-heavy fraction in its simplest form, by dividing the numerator and denominator by 10, 230/210 = 23/21.

Yes you use 230 volts 50Hz rice cooker in a 220 volt outlet.

Start by dividing by 2 giving 86/115. These numbers have no common factor (2 x 43 and 5 x 23) so that's your simplest fraction.

No, if it says 230-240 .. 230 is the minimum..

Yes, it's ok, equipment is built to work over about a 10% variation in the voltage.

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Yes. 220, 230 and 240 all refer to the same voltage. The actual voltage, if measured, will typically be between 230 and 240.

its the safety factor

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Usually between 220 and 230 degrees.

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Nominal residential voltage is 120/240 volts. Not sure from you description if the plug is just rated at 230 volts or is supplying 230 volts (It is likely that the plug may be rated at 230 volts, but only operating at 120 volts). A typical hand held hair dryer would operate on 120 volts. A commercial hair dryer might operate at 220 volts, but must be plugged into a 220 supply.