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You can simplify a fraction if you multiply or divide the numerator and denominator by the same number.

This is the same as multiplying or dividing by

in

Featured 4 weeks ago

See a solution process below:

A formula for this problem can be written as:

Where:

Substituting and solving for

Angel worked 3.1 hours rounded to the nearest tenth of an hour.

Featured 4 weeks ago

**Composite** means it has more than two factors

**Prime** means that it only has one factor that it is itself and one

**Composite** - 25,12,21,15

**Prime**- 19,41

**Factors of 25**

5,1,25

**Factors of 12**

1,2,3,4,6,12

**Factors of 21**

1,3,7,21

**Factors of 15**

1,3,5,15

**Factors of 19**

1,19

**Factors of 41**

1,41

Featured 4 weeks ago

168.

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Featured 1 week ago

See a solution process below:

Find the prime factors for each number as:

Now identify the common factors and determine the GCF:

Therefore:

Featured 2 days ago

180

Find the unique prime factors for each number and multiply the factors together.

There are two factors of 2 needed ( the factor of 2 for 18 is a repeat.)

There are two factors of 3 needed ( the factors of 3 in 12 and 45 are repeats.)

There is one unique factor of 5

Multiplying the non repeated or unique factors gives.

The Least Common Multiply

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