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How do you write rational numbers as fractions in simplest form?
If the rational number is expressed, as a fraction, in the form p/q then find the highest common factor (HCF) of p and q and divide both by the HCF.
Alternatively, find any common factor and divide p and q by that factor. Then repeat with the new ratio. Continue until the HCF is 1.
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As a fraction in its simplest form 0.428 = 107/250
2.25 = 9⁄4 or 2 1⁄4
Any number that can be expressed as a fraction is a rational number as for example the integer 3 is 3/1 as an imprope fraction
1.35 = 27⁄20 or 1 7⁄20
You divide 23/100
1/4 * * * * * That is just so wrong. 1/4 is 0.25 NOT 0.8! 0.8 = 8/10 = 4/5 in its simplest form.
first you look at fraction and then you divide the numerator with denominator.
-39/10 -3 and 9/10
6 and 1/25
4.10 = 41/10 = 4 and 1/10
The number -0.325 as a fraction would be 4/10. This is a math problem.
8 and 1/2 or 17/2