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If we have no pizza, and divided it between you and me, how much do we get? ZERO.

However, you want equivalent fractions to 0/2. To get an equivalent fraction, you multiply the numerator (the number on the top) and the denominator (the number on the bottom) by the same number.

So we can multiply the top and bottom by 2.

0 x 2 = 0

2 x 2 = 4

So an equivalent fraction would be 0/4.

Good luck.

Paul

However, you want equivalent fractions to 0/2. To get an equivalent fraction, you multiply the numerator (the number on the top) and the denominator (the number on the bottom) by the same number.

So we can multiply the top and bottom by 2.

0 x 2 = 0

2 x 2 = 4

So an equivalent fraction would be 0/4.

Good luck.

Paul

Mar 18, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi Anonymous,

You can make equivalent fractions by multiplying or dividing both top and bottom by the same amount, but only multiply or divide, never add or subtract, to get an equivalent fraction.

I've only shown the fraction part of your question as 1 is a whole number.

1/2 = 2/4, or 4/8, or 8/16 or 16/32 or 32/64 & so on.

Going the other way, dividing 2/4 by 2 will give 1/2.

But, only divide when the top and bottom would still be whole numbers, for instance you wouldn't use divide for odd number fractions, for example 1/3 or 3/5 etc.

Trust this helps, best regards Alan

You can make equivalent fractions by multiplying or dividing both top and bottom by the same amount, but only multiply or divide, never add or subtract, to get an equivalent fraction.

I've only shown the fraction part of your question as 1 is a whole number.

1/2 = 2/4, or 4/8, or 8/16 or 16/32 or 32/64 & so on.

Going the other way, dividing 2/4 by 2 will give 1/2.

But, only divide when the top and bottom would still be whole numbers, for instance you wouldn't use divide for odd number fractions, for example 1/3 or 3/5 etc.

Trust this helps, best regards Alan

Feb 11, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Feb 27, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Any fraction where you multiply 4/9 top and bottom by the same number eg 8/18

Nov 04, 2013 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

By hand you can write every integer you wish as a fraction with denominator 1. 4=4/1, 13=13/1. You can even generate all the equivalent fractions of any integer, for example -4=(-8/2)=8/(-2)=-8/2=-12/3=...

However, simple calculators are designed with a feature called automatic simplification. That is why ever result that is a fraction that is equivalent to an integer is written as that integer. Fractions are reduced to their simplest form.** Call it a design flaw if you want but that is how it is.**

However, simple calculators are designed with a feature called automatic simplification. That is why ever result that is a fraction that is equivalent to an integer is written as that integer. Fractions are reduced to their simplest form.

Oct 12, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Equivalent fractions are fractions that have the same value.

2/6 is equivalent to 4/12, 8/24, 16/48. From a given fraction you can generate an infinity of other equivalent fractions by multiplying the numerator and the denominator by the same integer.

All the equivalent fractions can be generated from a single one, namely the fraction that has the lowest numerator and denominator. This one is called the reduced fraction or the reduced form of the fraction.

When you have a fraction you can try to simplify it: You look for a common factor in the numerator and the denominator and you divide both by it. Keep doing so until you can no longer find common factors to cancel out. The last fraction whose numerator and denominator have no common factor is the reduced form of the family of equivalent fractions.

Now, what is you question??.

2/6 is equivalent to 4/12, 8/24, 16/48. From a given fraction you can generate an infinity of other equivalent fractions by multiplying the numerator and the denominator by the same integer.

All the equivalent fractions can be generated from a single one, namely the fraction that has the lowest numerator and denominator. This one is called the reduced fraction or the reduced form of the fraction.

When you have a fraction you can try to simplify it: You look for a common factor in the numerator and the denominator and you divide both by it. Keep doing so until you can no longer find common factors to cancel out. The last fraction whose numerator and denominator have no common factor is the reduced form of the family of equivalent fractions.

Now, what is you question??.

Apr 26, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

It is simple. 36=4x9 and 63=7x9. The number 9 is a common factor in both numbers. You can simplify the fraction by dividing both the numerator and the denominator by 9.

36/63=(4x9)/(7x9). You can rewrite the fraction as (4/7)*(9/9)=4/7 because 9/9=1.

The reduced fraction equivalent to 36/63 is 4/7. Since 7 and 4 have no common divisor you cannot reduce the fraction further.

36/63=(4x9)/(7x9). You can rewrite the fraction as (4/7)*(9/9)=4/7 because 9/9=1.

The reduced fraction equivalent to 36/63 is 4/7. Since 7 and 4 have no common divisor you cannot reduce the fraction further.

Jan 05, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Use the following buttons to complete your requested fractional input/output: 2nd & {MATH} {MISC} > FRAC. Displays a fraction, displays a result as a rational equivalent. The argument can be a real or complex number, list, matrix, or vector.

Oct 25, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-85 Calculator

find the least common denominator between the original fraction into the new fraction.

example, 1/2 to 2/4 to 4/8 to 8/16.

example, 1/2 to 2/4 to 4/8 to 8/16.

May 19, 2010 | Cycling

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