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Q: What do you do if you want to double a fraction?

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You have to double the numerator, but the value of the fraction remians the same but if you dont double the numerator then you dont have the same fraction

To halve a fraction, double the denominator (the bottom number). To double a fraction, double the numerator (the top number).

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The answer depends on what you want to do with the fraction.

It is an integer, not a fraction. But, if you want, you can write it as 63492063492064/1It is an integer, not a fraction. But, if you want, you can write it as 63492063492064/1It is an integer, not a fraction. But, if you want, you can write it as 63492063492064/1It is an integer, not a fraction. But, if you want, you can write it as 63492063492064/1

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One half of one fifth is one tenth. You just 'double' the denominator if you want to get half of the fraction.

Double its denominator.

If you double the denominator of any fraction, the number of unit fractions stays the same but each unit fraction is half as big. So the value of the fraction is half what it was when you double the denominator. 2×(5/8)=(2×5)/8=10/8

The answer depends on what you want to "do" into a fraction or decimal. Not all numbers can be "done" into a fraction.

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