# pre algebra-math

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two fractions equivalent to the given factor: 1) 18/21 2)3/17

thank you so much if u helped me

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you mean 18/12
then the other question is 3/27!!!

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18/12
and 3/27

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helper - please choose another 'Name'

I've been using this name and it is very confusing when you use the same name.

Thank you so much. Just put a number next to the name, if you want to use 'helper'.

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