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what is 320/380 (or in fraction term) in lowest terms? and what is 54 over 126 in lowest terms?

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    320/280

    Let's start by dividing the numerator and the denominator by 10

    32/38

    Obviously both are divisible by 2.

    16/19

    Do the second problem the same way. Find an obvious divisor -- and keep going.

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