explain how you can use a number line to show that 3/6 and 1/2 are equivalent fractions?

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  2. because

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  3. because that they are not the same on the number line for face the 1 half is bigger then 3/6 ok .I think the answer is to this question.Is that 1 half is bigger than 3/6 .......

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