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I the question is simple but I haven't done fractions in a while. So check my answer please.

Are and  equivalent fractions?

A.
No

B.
Yes, because both fractions are divisible by 2.****

C.
Yes, because the difference between the denominator and numerator in each fraction is 8.

D.
Yes, because they can both be simplified.

  • Math -

    Oops fraction didn't show
    it's

    12/20 and 22/30

  • Math -

    But they are not equivalent.

    12/20 = 36/60
    22/30 = 44/60

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