8th grade math

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what is 66/99 in lowest terms or reduced

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    What is the largest number that can be divided into BOTH the numerator and denominator?

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    it would be 22/33. it would also be the lowest term. i believe.

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    because the highest number that can be divided by both the numerator and the denominator is 11, so 66 divided by 11 is 6 and 99 divided by 11 is 9 so you get 6/9.

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    its 2/3

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