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There are an infinite number of such fractions. 14/26, 21/39 are two examples.

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Q: What two fractions are equivalent to 7 over 13?
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What is the equivalent fraction to 12 over 26?

12/26 = 6/13

How do you change improper fractions to whole or mixed numbers 13 over 9?

9/9 = 1 so you have 1 and 4/9.

What are fifteen facts or more about fractions?

You're only supposed to ask one question at at time but here we go:- 1 Fractions are parts of whole numbers or integers 2 Fractions less than 1 are common fractions 3 Fractions greater than 1 are improper fractions 4 Fractions have denominators which are underneath their numerators 5 Fractions are separated by a solidus line such as n/d 6 Fractions that are improper can be changed into mixed numbers 7 Fractions can be changed into decimals 8 Fractions can be converted into percentages 9 Fractions are rational numbers 10 Fractions can not be derived from irrational numbers 11 Fractions need a LCD when adding or subtracting them 12 Fractions can be easily multiplied and divided 13 Fractions can be equivalent such as 2/3 = 4/6 14 Fractions can be simplified by finding their HCF 15 Fractions use prime numbers to find the LCM of different denominators 16 Fractions were once used by the ancient Romans to a limited extent

What is 1 13 in fractions?

Assume the term is 1 / 13 [noting that WA doesn't allow askers to include punctuations, so I included one here]. Since we have the quotient of two numbers, 1/13 is in fraction form.

What are 15 or more facts about fractions?

1 Fractions are part of an entity or an integer 2 Fractions have upper numerators 3 Fractions have lower denominators 4 Fractions have a solidus line separating the numerator and denominator 5 Fractions can be equivalent such as 1/2 = 2/4 6 Fractions can be proper such as 0.25 = 1/4 7 Fractions can be improper such as 1.25 = 5/4 8 Fractions need a lowest common denominator to be added or subtracted 9 Fractions need an highest common factor to simplify them 10 Fractions are all rational numbers 11 Fractions can be converted into percentages because 3/4 = 75% 12 Fractions can be multiplied because 1/4*3/5*1/3 = 3/60 => 1/20 13 Fractions can be divided because 1/2 divided by 1/2 = 2/2 => 1 14 Fractions were used by the Romans to a limited extent 15 Fractions raised to the power of 0 always equals 1 16 Fractions form a part of mixed numbers as for example 5/4 = 1 and a 1/4 QED by David Gambell

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