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It is: 13/10
7 1/2 as a compound fraction or 15/2 as a regular fraction.
The simplest form of 4.3 as a fraction is 43/10
Well, first you find the greatest common factor in both the numerator and denominator that they both share, and then you divide each fraction by that factor. For example: 20/1…00. The GCF of those numbers is 20. Divide 20 by 20=1. Divide 100 by 20=5. So your answers are 1/5 The simlest form is dividing the fraction top and bottom evenley.So say that you have 5 10ths you would divide the 5 and the 10 evenley and get your answer.In fractions instead of saying top and bottom you say numirator and denomitor
0.09 as a percent would be 9%, so as a fraction it would be just 9/100 because 9 doesn't have any thing in common with 100. by
Imagine 12 kids, and four of them have books. You can write that 4 over 12. You can divide both four and twelve by two: 2 over 6. You can divide both two and six by two: 1 ove…r 3. So one third is the simplest way to say what proportion of the kids have books.
Divide it by its greatest common factor.