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What is the denominator of 13/107 in simplest form?PLz help!


I think its just 107


Thanx dude!


no problem


does 13( a prime number) go evenly into 107?

It appears to be in simplest form already to me..


no, your answer will have a decimal


13/107 is in simplest form

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    I actually had the same question!..
    What I found is, that they are just asking to simpify or make 107 as low as you can. But knowing 107 it is prime so,in the end the answer is 107.

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