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# How can you reduce?

You can reduce the amount of papers used, decrease the amount of bags and use your own cloth bags, and you can reduce the amount of paper plates and cups and use your own.

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You can reduce the amount of papers used, decrease the amount of bags and use your own cloth bags, and you can reduce the amount of paper plates and cups and use your own.

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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 i…n bulk like A big carton of goldfish in stead of like 12 individually packaged Hope this helps!! (MORE)

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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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In cooking terminology, that is generally referring to cooking a liquid down - making it thicker and richer in flavor.

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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 isfinding the least common factor for the numerator (top number) andthe denominator (bottom number) For example: …5/15: the factors of 5are 1, 5. The factors of 15 are 1, 3, 5, 15. The LCM is 5, sodivide 5 into 5 and 15. This reduces 5/15 to 1/3. (MORE)