Q: What is 15 divide something 5?

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Yes, as long as you do it to the denominator too. Say you have 10/15. To simplify the numerator you have to find something you can divide both by 10 and 15, which in this case, will be 5. So 10 by 5 is 2 and 15 by 5 is 3. So your answer would be 2/3.

You split 75 into 5 pieces and each piece is 15 so the answer is 15.

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1, 3, 5, 15

Divide it be 3: 15/3 = 5

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divide both numbers by their common factor (5). 15 divide by 5 is 3 25 divide by 5 is 5 So...... 3 over 5

These numbers divide into 15 evenly: 1 3 5 and 15.

equivalent fraction of 10 and 15 if you divide = 2/3 10 ÷ 5 = 2 15 ÷ 5 = 3

I would think a number only increases if divided by something less than 1 but greater than 0. If you divide something by 5 it would become less and decrease 10/5=2 5/5=1 but 15/ 1/2 = 30 10/ 1/4 = 40

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Yes, as long as you do it to the denominator too. Say you have 10/15. To simplify the numerator you have to find something you can divide both by 10 and 15, which in this case, will be 5. So 10 by 5 is 2 and 15 by 5 is 3. So your answer would be 2/3.

15 out 24 in simplest form is 5 out of 8 because when you divide 15 by 3 you have to divide 24 by 3 to. so its 5 out of 8

1, 3, 5, and 15 can divide into 15

You split 75 into 5 pieces and each piece is 15 so the answer is 15.

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1, 3, 5, 15