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# How Do you find Equivalent fractions and show a example?

Updated: 4/28/2022

Wiki User

10y ago

Suppose you have a fraction such as 3/7.

To find an equivalent fraction, think of any non-zero integer. How about 6?

Multiply the top and the bottom of your original fraction by this number to get an equivalent fraction. So

3/7 = (3*6)/(7*6) = 18/42

Suppose you have a fraction such as 3/7.

To find an equivalent fraction, think of any non-zero integer. How about 6?

Multiply the top and the bottom of your original fraction by this number to get an equivalent fraction. So

3/7 = (3*6)/(7*6) = 18/42

Suppose you have a fraction such as 3/7.

To find an equivalent fraction, think of any non-zero integer. How about 6?

Multiply the top and the bottom of your original fraction by this number to get an equivalent fraction. So

3/7 = (3*6)/(7*6) = 18/42

Suppose you have a fraction such as 3/7.

To find an equivalent fraction, think of any non-zero integer. How about 6?

Multiply the top and the bottom of your original fraction by this number to get an equivalent fraction. So

3/7 = (3*6)/(7*6) = 18/42

Wiki User

10y ago

Wiki User

10y ago

Suppose you have a fraction such as 3/7.

To find an equivalent fraction, think of any non-zero integer. How about 6?

Multiply the top and the bottom of your original fraction by this number to get an equivalent fraction. So

3/7 = (3*6)/(7*6) = 18/42