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3/5

Multiply the numerator and denominator by the same number to produce an equivalent fraction.

False.

There can be no such thing as a highest terms of a fraction. If you have a fraction x/y then (n*x)/(n*y) where n is an integer greater than 1 will be an equivalent fraction and it will be in higher terms. Since there is no limit to how large n can be, there is no highest term.

Divide the original denominator into the new denominator.

Yes, it does. For example (3/5)^2 = 9/25 < 3/5

36% as a fraction in its simplest terms

3.2 as a fraction in lowest terms is16/5

0.168 as a fraction in lowest terms = 21/125

0.576 as a fraction in lowest terms is 72/125

the fraction in lowest terms for 0.88 is 22/25

0.625 as a fraction in simplest terms is 5/8.

0.375 in a fraction in lowest terms is 3/8

0.255 as a fraction in its lowest terms is 51/200

0.78 as a fraction in lowest terms = 39/50

The lowest terms of 0.875 as a fraction is 7/8

384.52 as a fraction in lowest terms = 9613/25

0.694 as a fraction in lowest terms is 347/500.

0.84 as a fraction in lowest terms is 21/25.

0.16 as a fraction in its lowest terms is 4/25

5.9875 = 479/80 as a fraction in its lowest terms

It is 13/2 as an improper fraction in its lowest terms

0.755 as a fraction in lowest terms is 151/200.

0.875 as a fraction in lowest terms is 7/8.

Simplify the fraction for your answer