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# What is an equivalent fraction for 5 over 25?

It is: 5/25 = 1/5 simplified

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divide 20 by 5 = 4 divide 25 also by 5 = 5 4/5

fraction which is equivalent to 5 over 15 = 1/3

To get the equivalent fraction:Multiply the given fraction by 2/2, 3/3, 4/4, 5/5,...Equivalent fractions of 4/5:= 8/10, 12/15, 16/20, 20/25...

1 over 7 is equivalent to 5 over 35. Not only is 1 over 7 an equivalent fraction, it is the simplest form of 5 over 35.

To get the equivalent fraction of 4/5:Multiply 4/5 by 2/2, 3/3, 4/4, 5/5, ...Equivalent fractions of 4/5 = 8/10, 12/15, 16/20, 20/25,...Therefore: YES. 8/10 is an equivalent fraction of 4/5

25 / 65 = (25/5) / (65/5) = 5 / 13 = ( 25*4) / 65*4) = 100 / 260 = 10 / 26 Roger

Equivalent fraction of 3/5 is 6/10 Equivalent fraction of 7/15 is 14/30

2 over 5 is an equivalent fraction for 20 over 50.

fraction which is equivalent to 4 over 20 = 1/5

No. Make them each into equivalent fractions that have a common denominator (bottom number), then compare the numerators (top numbers): 2/5 = 12/30 5/6 = 25/30 12 &ne; 25 thus the fraction are not equivalent.

The square root of fraction 20 over 25: = &radic;20 ...&radic;25 = &radic;4(5) ......5 = 2&radic;5 .....5 or 2 square root of 5 over 5

No, 1/4 is not equivalent to 5/25 (1/5).

Write out your fraction problem. 3 over 5 plus x over x equals 5 over 6. Next, you need to make the fractions equivalent. The multiples I used were 6 and 5. Multiply the fraction 3 over 5 by 6; that equals the fraction of 18 over 30. Do the same with the fraction 5 over 6 only by 5. That equals 25 over 30. Now write your new fraction problem. (18 over 30 plus x over x equals 25 over 30. Subtract 25 from 18. Your answer is 7. Dont forget the other half of your fraction! Your final answer is 7 over 30.

No, 4 over 5 is not equivalent to 5 over 6. As 4 over 5 is 0.8 and 5 over 6 is 0.83333 - which are not equivalent.

15 over 25 is 15/25. Equivalent fractions are 3/5, 30/50, 45/75, 60/100, etc.

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