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...You can rewrite the **fraction** as (4/7)*(9/9)=4/7 because 9/9=1.The **reduce**d **fraction** equivalent to 36/63 is 4/7. Since 7 and 4 have no common divisor you cannot **reduce** the **fraction**

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...So if you enter the **fraction** 27/48 [MATH][1:|=>Frac] [ENTER] the calculator displays the **reduce**d form 9/16. So you can keep **fraction**s as **fraction**s, albeit **reduce**d ones, by following them ...

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...**reduce** a **fraction** on a Casio how do you **reduce** a **fraction** on a Casio calculator The calculator automatically **reduce**s all **fraction**s to simplest terms. Or do you mean to convert it to decimal? To ...

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...will be displayed as **fraction**s. And when the calculator displays **fraction**s they are always in their **reduce**d form.In general, when you are manipulating **fraction**s ( Pi/2 is no a **fraction** even if you ...

how do I **reduce** a **fraction**? Hi there, Press ON. \ Put in your original **fraction** and press = The **fraction** will automatically be **reduce**d to its simplest form.

by pressing [MATH][1: |->Frac]. If you want enter a **fraction** and keep it as a **fraction** (albeit a **reduce**d one) key in the number then the sequence [MATH][1: |->Frac]., then [ENTER]. Practice : 27

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**fraction**s. And when the calculator displays **fraction**s they are always in their **reduce**d form.In general, when you are manipulating **fraction**s ( Pi/2 is no a **fraction** even if you ...

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...wrong If your calculator is configured to be in MthIO, the **fraction** that is displayed is always **reduce**d to its simplest form. (The denominator is the smallest possible.) If you are adding ...

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...**reduce** a **fraction** to its simplest expression 27/48 [MATH][1:->Frac] [ENTER] gives the **reduce**d **fraction** 9/16 2 You do not want your results converted to decimal numbers (27/48) [x] (5/7) ...

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