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what is 84 over 100 in simplest form?
If i had a calculater i could help you but i can't do it on paper hit me up this is shawn and help me with my problem
I don't know what you call simplest form?
84/100 could be written as 0.84.
If you want it reduced to the simplest fraction we could divide by 2. That will give us
42/50. We could divide by another 2 and have 21/25. Can you think of anything that will divide evenly into 21 an 25? If not, then 21/25 is the simplest fraction.
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