Q: How do you simplify 13 and 39?

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39/6 = 13/2

Both 26 & 39 are exactly divisible by 13. 26/13=2 and 39/13=3. Therefore 26/39 in its simplest form is 2/3

It is simply 39/100 or 39%

13 is a prime number and 39 is a multiple of 13. 39 is the LCD of 13 and 39.

It is: 32 to 39

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39/6 = 13/2

You can not simplify anymore * * * * * Yes, you can. 39/52 = 3/4 (HCF = 13)

Both 26 & 39 are exactly divisible by 13. 26/13=2 and 39/13=3. Therefore 26/39 in its simplest form is 2/3

It is simply 39/100 or 39%

It is: 32 to 39

13 is a prime number and 39 is a multiple of 13. 39 is the LCD of 13 and 39.

Factors of 39 are 1, 3, 13, 39. Whereas the prime factors of 39 are 3, 13, 39.

The LCM is: 39

To find the GCF of 13 and 39, you can list the factors of each number. The factors of 13 are 1, 13. The factors of 39 are 1, 3, 13, 39. 13 is the GCF of 13 and 39. 3 is a prime number has only two factors: 1 and 13. 13 will divide into 39 three times. Since 13 is a prime number that will divide into 39, it has to be the GCF of 13 and 39.

Since 13 is a factor of 39, it is automatically the GCF.

To simplify a fraction, you need to identify any common factors. In this case, both numerator and denominator are even so we can divide top and bottom by 2. Doing this gives us 18/39. Both these numbers can divide by 3, so do this and we get 6/13. 13 is a prime number, and so we cannot simplify any further. Thus 36/78 in its simplest form is 6/13.

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