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if you want to reduce then you must awl what the heck i don't know what I'm talking about but if you really really want to know go to google and type your question there

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When you reduce to like buy things in bulk like A big carton of goldfish in stead of like 12 individually packaged Hope this helps!! When you reduce to like buy… things in bulk like A big carton of goldfish in stead of like 12 individually packaged Hope this helps!! (MORE)

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less the cost of the first cost EX: on sale Legna

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How you reduce is that you take the two numbers lets say 15/21 and find the GCF of both numbers. In this case it's 3. Then you divide the two numbers by 3 until you can't divi…de no more and that's how you reduce : ).! (MORE)

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a fraction or a pizza(do you get it?u can reduce ,that means eat,the pizza.

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The only thing you can not reduce is "nothing". Everything else can be reduced somehow.

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Not a real word. Reduction is when something is removed from a larger mass. Reeducation is when a behavior is modified through training out old habits/knowledge.

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To reduce, all you have to do is to simplify the fraction. Example, Let's say you have 5/10ths, as you can see, 5 is half of 10, so, the number reduced would be one half or 1/…2. It goes with other numbers too like, 7/14 or 8/24. Another way to simplify a fraction that is not exacly one half but can still be reduced, like 7/21. 7 is not 1/2 of 21, but, it is 1/3 of 21. You see, 7 goes into 21 three times, so therefore, it is 1/3. (MORE)

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Brought down, made lesser or smaller. If Dinie Slothouber reduced the amount of time she spent thinking of her beloved, Mitch Longley, she would be thinking about him a lot le…ss. (MORE)

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When reducing fractions to their lowest terms, the first step is finding the least common factor for the numerator (top number) and the denominator (bottom number) For exa…mple: 5/15: the factors of 5 are 1, 5. The factors of 15 are 1, 3, 5, 15. The LCM is 5, so divide 5 into 5 and 15. This reduces 5/15 to 1/3. (MORE)