Q: What is the smallest equivalent fraction that is half of ten twentieths?

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No because one half is equivalent to ten twentieths!

There is no such thing because half that fraction will be smaller still.

1/2 of 10/20 = 1/2 of 1/2 = 1/4

The equivalent fraction for five tenths is one half.

1 half

That can't be quantified.

There is no limit to how small it can be. Given any fraction, half of it is smaller still.

1/2

Equivalent to what? No fraction is "equivalent" by itself; you can say that two or more fractions are equivalent, if they represent the same number.

equivalent fraction of 11/2 = 22/4 half of 11 = 11/2 equivalent fraction of 11/2 = 22/4

It is equivalent to some fractions, not to others!

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There is no such fraction, since given any fraction, half of that would be smaller still.There is no such fraction, since given any fraction, half of that would be smaller still.There is no such fraction, since given any fraction, half of that would be smaller still.There is no such fraction, since given any fraction, half of that would be smaller still.

1/2

2/4

2/4 is equivalent to 1/2

One half as a fraction is 1/2 and is equivalent to 5/10 or 0.5 as a decimal

You can use k/(2*k), where k is any non-zero integer, as an equivalent fraction.

13/2

5/2

Yes they are.

If a fraction is equivalent to one-half then the numerator is always half the denominator. Or, the double the numerator is the denominator. So, given any other fraction, p/q, if 2p < q then the fraction < 1/2 if 2p = q then the fraction = 1/2 if 2p > q then the fraction > 1/2

its 3 sixths or 1 half

1/2 = 3/6

one-half (1/2)