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# What is the equivalent fraction for 15 over 50?

3/25 would be the answer for 15/50. :D

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2 over 5 is an equivalent fraction for 20 over 50.

It is 15/50 which you can simplify if you so wish.

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

Expressed as a decimal fraction, 15/50 = 0.3.

2 equivalent fractions of 20 over 50 = 2/5, 40/100

yes. if you divide 15 and 50 by 5, you end up with 3 and 10, so 15 over 50 is equal to 3 over 10

50/45 is an improper fraction. 1 and 1/9 is an equivalent mixed number in lowest form.

There is no "the" equivalent fraction since there are infinitely many of them. 20/50 or 2000000/5000000 are two examples.

Fractions equivalent to 50 are 100/2, or 150/3 etc. It is simply: 50/1 as an improper fraction

The mixed number is 3 5/15To change to improper from mixed number you have to multiply the 15 and 3 which is 45 then add the 5 which is 50. you keep the denominator and your improper fraction is 50/15your answer is 50/15, which simplifies to 10/3

It is not possible. There is no fraction equivalent to 1/73 which has a denominator less than 50.In fact, if p is any prime greater than 50, then for any fraction q/p, there is no equivalent fraction with denominator less than 50.

improper fraction for 50 over 10 = 50/10Improper fraction is a fraction in which the numerator is greater than the denominator.

equivalent fraction to 0.06 = 3/500.06 * 100/100 = 6/100 or 3/50 in fraction in lowest term

15.78 in fractions can be described as 15 and 78 one hundredths. This would be notated as 15 and 78 over 100. Seventy eight one hundredths can be reduced as 39 over 50, so the fraction would be notated as 15 39/50.

fraction equivalent to 0.060 = 3/50.06 * 100/100 = 6/100 or 3/50

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