Q: How do you change a fraction so they have the same denominator?

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since the last number (8) is in the tens place you have 10 as the denominator (same for thousandths = 1000 as denominator, hundredths = 100 as denominator and so on) then put the decimal number as the numerator and you get the answer of 8/10

One way to change a percent into a fraction is to take the percent number and but the denominator as 100. For example if the percent number was 43 then that would be your numerator and 100 would be your denominator so it should be 43/100. Percent means out of 100 so your denominator should be 100 unless you simplify your fraction.

Multiply it by a number that is large enough so that the numerator of the fraction becomes larger than its denominator.

u borrow from the three change the 3 to a 2. them u put a fraction next to the whole number ...... whatever the other fraction's denominator is you have to put for the fraction for the numerator and the denominator so for example the other fraction has 2 over 6 so for the fraction where ur borrowing you have to put 6 over 6 since u borrowed a whole from 3 I knw its confusing but ull get it eventually ur welcome too :)

To convert a negative improper fraction into a mixed number, you first divide the numerator by the denominator to get the whole number part. The remainder becomes the new numerator, while the denominator remains the same. For example, to convert -7/3, you divide -7 by 3 to get -2 with a remainder of -1, so the mixed number is -2 1/3.

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4 is an integer and so has denominator 1. 0.7 is a proper fraction and cannot have a denominator of 1.

If you double the denominator of any fraction, the number of unit fractions stays the same but each unit fraction is half as big. So the value of the fraction is half what it was when you double the denominator. 2×(5/8)=(2×5)/8=10/8

If you find the common denominator for the fractions, then the bottom will stay the same :) BUT sometimes it is diffacult to find the common denominator so you may need help

since the last number (8) is in the tens place you have 10 as the denominator (same for thousandths = 1000 as denominator, hundredths = 100 as denominator and so on) then put the decimal number as the numerator and you get the answer of 8/10

First, change it so that the two fractions have the same denominator (by changing the fractions into equivalent fractions). Once the two fractions have the same denominator, it is simply a case of subtracting the numerators, leaving the denominator the same. Finally, reduce the fraction to its lowest terms (if possible).

One way to change a percent into a fraction is to take the percent number and but the denominator as 100. For example if the percent number was 43 then that would be your numerator and 100 would be your denominator so it should be 43/100. Percent means out of 100 so your denominator should be 100 unless you simplify your fraction.

The best way to answer fraction problems is with a fraction that has the same denominator or a common denominator with those in the original problem. Typically you also need to reduce it so that the final answer does not contain an improper fraction.

ex.1 2/3 take the base number and multiple that by the denominator and add by the numerator andAwhatever you get for that is your new numerator but you denominator stays the same as the last one so for this example you should get 5/3.

If the numerator and denominator are the same then their GCF is also the same number. So the fraction can be written, it is simplest form as the integer, 1.

If the numerator and denominator are the same then their GCF is also the same number. So the fraction can be written, it is simplest form as the integer, 1.

The denominator of the fraction is determined by the number of decimal places in the decimal number. If there is one decimal place, the denominator will be 10. If there are two decimal places, the denominator will be 100, and so on.

by higher do you mean converting 1/2 to 2/4? if so multiply the top and bottom number by the same number