Q: 2 to 4 in the lowest term?

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2/5

No because 4/6 = 2/3 in its lowest terms

If you mean 2/9 minus 2/15 then it is 4/45 in its lowest terms

2 over 5 ...or .4

4 or 2 im not sure

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4/8in lowest term =1/2To reduce to lowest term:1. Get the GCF of 4 & 84 = 2 * 28 = 2 * 2 *2=======GCF=2*2 = 42. Divide 4 & 8 by their GCF.4÷ 4 = 18÷ 4 = 2thus; lowest term is1/2.

A lowest term is a fraction expressed in the smallest possible numbers. Large fractions are reduced to simplify. For example, 2/4 expressed in lowest terms is 1/2. To find the lowest term, divide the numerator and the denominator by the same number. For 2/4, 2 divided by 2 is 1, and 4 divided by 2 is 2. Therefore, the lowest term is 1/2.

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If you mean 4/8 then it is 1/2 in its lowest terms

The lowest term of 3/9 is 1/3. Basically find the least common factor (LCF) of 3 and 9 and divide both the numerator and the denominator by LCF. Another example is 2/4. LCF = 2 (2/2)/(4/2) = 1/2 1/2 is the lowest term of 2/4.

2/8in lowest term =1/4To reduce to lowest term:1. Get the GCF of 2 & 82 = 28 = 2 * 2 *2=======GCF=22. Divide 2 & 8 by their GCF.2÷ 2 = 18÷ 2 = 4thus; lowest term is1/4.

2/5

4 1/2

If you mean 4/8 then it is 1/2

No because 4/6 = 2/3 in its lowest terms

If you mean 2/9 minus 2/15 then it is 4/45 in its lowest terms