Posted by **jas20** on Sunday, March 4, 2007 at 1:52am.

can someone explain to me why (3)/(5) and (27)/(45) are equivalent fractions.

If you simplify 27/45 by dividing the numerator and the denominator by 9 you will get 3/5.

27/25/9

27/25*1/9=3/5

3/25=3/5

5*3=3*25

15=75

75/15=3

If u multiply 3/5 by 9/9 you get 27/45

Oh didn't even think about that...

thank you

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