Math
posted by Regina .
I really need help using the property of one to write 2 fractions that are equivalent to 5/9, 3/7 and 2/5

Math 
PsyDAG
Multiply both numerator and denominator of each fraction by 2, then by 3.
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

math
how do you use the property of one to write 3 fractions equivalent to 5/9 
3 grade math ms sue
1Explain how you can use a number line to show that 3/6 and 1/2 are equivalent fractions. my son write you can show these fractions are equivalent because if the numerator is half of the denomirator it can be 1/2 so 3/6 is just like … 
Math
using the property of 1 to write 3 fractions equivalent to 5/9. 
Math
Shelly and Marcom are selling popcorn for their music club. Each of them received a case of popcorn to sell. Shelly has sold 7/8 of her case and Marcon has sold 5/6 of his case. Which of the following explains how to find the portion … 
Math
Everett is reading a book for his language arts class. He read 1/3 of the book on Saturday, 3/8 of the book on Sunday and 1/4 of the book on Monday. Which procedure can Everett use to find the total fraction of the book he has read? 
Algebra 1Fractions
Or, eliminating fractions, I should say. So, I need some help. See, I am really not a big fan of fractions. But I need to eliminate fractions to do a math problem. First one is 1/2x=3/8. I know how to find LCD, then multiply both … 
Algebra
"Using distributive, associative, or commutative property, prove that x^2  4 is equivalent to (x  2)(x + 2)." Firstly, which property would I use to solve this and show equivalence? 
Math
Write an expression that is equivalent to 36+24, using gcf and distributive property. 
Math
Milos bring 12 hamburgers to the barbecue. He puts cheese on 4 hamburgers. Draw to show the fraction. Write two equivalent fractions. Explain why they are equivalent fractions 
Math
Describe two ways to determine the larger of two fractions. A. Compare fractions by writing fractions as mixed numbers B. Compare fractions with the same denominator by comparing the numerators and compare fractions with different …