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Please help with this math problem. The math question asks, "Identify the numerator and denominator of the fraction 3/8.
Please let me know if I am correct? numerator is the 3 and te denominator is the 8.
Is this a trick question? My professor want me to show my work, so this tells me that this question isn't that easy. Please help! Thanking you in advance.

Ms. Sue
Your answer is correct.
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