# Equivalent Fractions and Simplifying

Equivalent fractions and simplifying play crucial roles in the realm of mathematics, providing fundamental tools for understanding and manipulating numerical relationships. Equivalent fractions represent the same proportion of a whole, albeit expressed in different forms, while simplifying involves reducing fractions to their simplest, most concise representation. This concept simplifies calculations and enhances conceptual clarity, making mathematical operations more efficient and accessible. Mastery of equivalent fractions and simplification lays a solid foundation for tackling more complex mathematical concepts and problem-solving in various domains.

Questions

- How do you make new fractions that are equivalent to 6/24?
- How do you divide #\frac { 6} { 13} \div \frac { 8} { 9}#?
- Does #54/8# have an equivalent fraction with a denominator or #9#? If so, what is it?
- How do you simplify the fraction #40/90#?
- How do you add #-9/8+7/4#?
- How do you write #28/19# in simplest from?
- How do you solve #\frac{8}{1}\times \frac{3}{1}#?
- 30. Daniel puts some wheat flour into an empty bowl. Then he adds #2/3# cup rye flour to make a total of #2 5/12# cups of flour. How much wheat flour is in the bowl?
- How do you write the fraction #3/6# in simplest form?
- Find the sum of the following number sequence: #1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10#?
- How do you simplify #[4 - (3)(-10)] [(-8) div (6-2)]#?
- What is #42/56# in simplest form?
- You spend #1/2# of your allowance each week on school lunches. Each lunch cost $1.25. How much is your weekly allowance?
- How do write in simplest form given #1/2-1/3#?
- Find the equivalent measures. (a) #6 1/3 ft =># ________ in (b) #5 3/4 gal=># _________ qt (c) #3 5/8 lb =># ________ oz?
- How do you subtract #\frac { 14} { 5} - \frac { 9} { 5}#?
- Does the fraction #17/4# have an equivalent fraction with a denominator or #24#? If so, what is it?
- A bottle of juice has a deposit of $.10 on the bottle. How much deposit money would there be on 8 bottles?
- What is #5/7 + 3/4#?
- What is 0.098 divided by 7?