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Q: What number can go into 625 and 1000?

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625 goes into 1000 as 1 time, with 375 left over from 1000.

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It is: (250+1000)/2 = 625

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0.625 = 625/1000 which can be simplified to 5/80.625 = 625/1000 which can be simplified to 5/80.625 = 625/1000 which can be simplified to 5/80.625 = 625/1000 which can be simplified to 5/8

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Let's just worry about .62500, since trailing zeros in a number after the decimal point are not significant, this can be written as .625 without losing its value. I would like to multiply this by 1000 and I get 625. Since I multiplied, I must also divide to preserve the value. So 625/1000 is the same as .625 So the entire number is 4 and 625/1000. 25 is a common factor of the numerator and denominator. So 625/1000 = 25/40 and again 5 is a common factor of 25 and 40 so it now reduces to 5/8 Hence our original number is 4 and 5/8 or 37/8

The GCF of 625 and 1000 is 125

It is 625/1000 = 5/8 simplified