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10

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35

First, you look for any number that divides into both 10 and 35. I like to break the numbers into prime factors:

10 = 5 x 2

35 = 5 x 7

In this case, they have a 5 in common. So break it out on the top and on the bottom (ha ha, bottom)

5 x 2

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5 x 7

Now you can cross out the two 5s, and that leaves you with the reduced fraction 2/7.

Q: How do you simplify 10 over 35?

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No, 6 & 35 have no common factor

15/35 = 3/7

35/68 is already simplified

To simplify 28 / 35, you divide by the GCF of 28 and 35. The GCF is 7, so 28 / 35 / 7 = 4 / 5.

35/36 is already in its simplest form

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the biggest number that can go into both 10 and 35 is 5. so 5 goes into 10, 2 times and 5 goes into 35, 7 times so the answer is 2/7

No, you can't.

5/35 = 1/7

35/68 is already simplified

15/35 = 3/7

No, 6 & 35 have no common factor

To simplify 28 / 35, you divide by the GCF of 28 and 35. The GCF is 7, so 28 / 35 / 7 = 4 / 5.

20/35 simplifies to 4/7

35/36 is already in its simplest form

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