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They are useful in reducing fractions and to simplify radicals. They are useful in reducing fractions and to simplify radicals.

It is -86666/10000 which you can simplify if required.

It would've been better if you had some examples. There are infinite numbers of fractions

There are many fractions that would simplify to 0.89. Probably the easiest is 89/100

least common denominator it means what number both fractions can divide evenly into ex. 2/8 and 4/16 they simplify to 1/4 because 8 and 16 simplify to 4 p.s. I'm only in middle school so don't take this to seriously

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You can either simplify then add or add then simplify your answer

They are useful in reducing fractions and to simplify radicals. They are useful in reducing fractions and to simplify radicals.

no

You can simplify fractions, sometimes, but you can never simplify whole numbers.

because when we simplify fractions it will give you the correct answer and that is the rule.

Simplify them.

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When you are reducing equivalent fractions.

you can not simplify fractions when one of the ( whole or part) numbers can not be divided by and thing like 11 over 17 could NOT be simplified

you can simplify your answer and when you simplify it and they're the same it's equivalent

Yes, because you can simplify the fractions then check the Cross products

To simplify improper fractions you just have to simplify as you would with a regular fraction. Which is very easy, and if you dont know I will tell you how. How to Simplify Fractions: Divide the numerator and the denominator by a common factor. Example: 2/4=1/2 (2 is the common factor in both 4 and 2)

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