MTH 156

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How do the ideas of divisibility and multiples relate to the studey of fractions?

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    A fraction is one integer divided by another.

    When reducing fractions to lowest terms, if both numerator and denominator are divisble by the same integer, the fraction can be reduced to lower terms by canceling out that common factor.

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