posted by Kathy-HW due tom. HELP FAST!!!!!!! got 10 min.left

The GCF for the numerator & denominator is 5.
I'm equivalent to 4/6.
I've only got 10 min. left on the computer. Thank-you for your help.

Sincerely,
Kathy
P.S HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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