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What is the equivalent fraction of 26 over 100?

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2010-02-17 12:38:37
2010-02-17 12:38:37

13/50

26 over hundred = 26/100 = 13/50

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13/100 is equivalent to 26/200 as a fraction


Since the numerator and denominator of this fraction have a GCF of 1, the proper fraction 13/100 is already expressed in its simplest form. An equivalent fraction would be 26/200.


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.26 as a fraction is 26/100. In simplest form it is 13/50.


It is any fraction of the form (26*k)/(65*k) where k is a non-zero integer, or a common factor of the two.


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13/100 As 13 is a prime number this fraction cannot be simplified (by division of the numerator and denominator) but equivalent fractions can be formed by multiplication. The smallest equivalent fraction is therefore 2 x 13/2 x 100 = 26/200


21 / 26 = it's already reduced to lowest terms, the two numbers are coprime




26 over 6 (26/6) You get this answer by multiplying 4*6 and then adding 2. This gets you 26, then you put the 26 over the original denominator, which is 6. To give you 26/6.


26% = 26/100 = 13/5026% = 26/100 = 13/5026% = 26/100 = 13/5026% = 26/100 = 13/50


0.26 * 26/100 = 13/50 in fraction


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



Since the numerator of the fraction is prime, the proper fraction 13/16 is already expressed in its simplest form. Examples of equivalent fractions are 26/32, 39/48, 52/64.




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