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Q: What is the missing numerator of the equivalent fraction?

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An equivalent fraction is just a multiple of the one that you have (i.e it is the one that you have, scaled up or down). So multiply the fraction that you have until either the numerator or the denominator match the given numerator/denominator of the fraction with the missing number. The number in the corresponding place on the fraction that you multiplied is the missing number.

If you divide a fraction by any common factor of the numerator and denominator you will get an equivalent fraction.

You will get an equivalent fraction. However, if the numerator and the denominator of a fraction by zero, the result is not defined.

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-- Any fraction whose denominator is a factor of its numerator is equivalent to a whole number. -- Any fraction whose numerator and denominator are the same number is equivalent to ' 1 '.

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Divide the numerator and the denominator by their GCF.

The thing that makes an equivalent fraction equivalent is the overall value of the fraction, the ratio between the numerator and the denominator.

If both the numerator AND denominator are the same... the fraction is an equivalent for the number 1

To get an equivalent fraction you have to multiply the numerator and denomenator by the same number

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