6th grade math

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Find three pairs of positive fraactions whose product is 15/56

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    3/4 x 5/7 x 1/2
    All you had to do was coming up with three numbers that multiplied to 15 (those were your numerators, or top numbers) and come up with three numbers that multiplied to 56 and have them as your denominators, or bottom numbers.

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