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Question:Is there a website that can help me understanding Equivalent Fractions?

Answers:Try www.helpwithfractions.com Basicaly, equivalent fractions have the same value but different denominators. eg. 1/2 =2/4 . 3/4 =6/8. If you know your times tables they are easier to spot. 1/2 =3/6. 3/9 =1/3 3/15 =1/5 Hope this helps.

Question:5/8 = ?/16 7/12 = 28/? 4/9 = ?/36 7/15 = ?/45 9/12 = 36/? 5/8 = ?/72 2/5 = 8/? 2/3 = 10/? 3/10 = 18/? 5/12 = ?/36 11/24 = 44/? 1/3 = 3/?

Answers:5/8 = 10/16 7/12 = 28/48 4/9 = 16/36 7/15 = 21/45 9/12 = 36/48 5/8 = 45/72 2/5 = 8/20 2/3 = 10/15 3/10 = 18/60 5/12 = 15/36 11/24 = 44/96 1/3 = 3/9

Question:Err, don't say "oh ur retarded" cause ik that. but this hw is due tomorrow. please help?(: 5/20 9/25 9/6 like all 3 of those have to be turned into equivalent fractions and percents!!?!?! wtf. help pleaseeeee, Thank you susan!(:

Answers:If you can turn these fractions into equivalent fractions with 100 in the denominator, then it's easy to see what the percent will be. 5/20 = 25/100 (There's the equivalent fraction.) = 25% 9/25 = 36/100 = 36% 9/6 = 3/2 = 150/100 = 150% Hope that helps.

Question:Hi, Just wondering if someone could explain to me how you would go about converting fractions to an equivalent fraction? For example: 14/20 = 70/100 4/5 = 80/100 17/20 = 85/100 3/5 = 60/100 The more easier ones like 4/5 = 80/100 obviously are very basic and do not need working out but is there a formula on working out the more harder ones? Cheers Thanks for much for the help, I understand now. I did just try to give you that thumbs up thing but it says you need to be level 2, sorry. Thanks again.

Answers:14/20 * 5/5 = 70/100 -> (100:20*14)/100 4/5 * 20/20 = 80/100 -> (100:5*4)/100 17/20 * 5/5 = 85/100 -> (100:20*17)/100 3/5 * 20/20 = 60/100 -> (100:5*3)/100 Bye gilvi

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Excel Busn Math 24: Fraction and Percent Equivalents :See how to build a table of Decimal and Fraction and Percent Equivalents. See how Fractional Formatting can be misleading.

Equivalent fractions :Introduces the concept of equivalent fractions