# Math

And are these correct
1. Identify the pair of fractions equivalent to 25/45 *

5/9, 75/135**********
5/9, 20/40
50/90, 75/120
5/8, 75/135
2. Write 30/7 as a mixed number in simplest form. *

4 and 2/7**********
4 and 7/2
1 and 4/7
1 and 5/7
3. Write 27/36 in simplest form. *

3/4***********
2/3
3/5
1/5
4. What is the LCM of 4, 3, 10, and 8? *

80
240**************
120
30
5. Which statement is true? *

29/35 < 20/30
14/21 > 17/24*************
18/32 > 16/32
20/15 < 28/23

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1. 1. I agree.
2. I also agree.
3. I agree with this as well
4. I disagree. I think the LCM is 120.
5. I also disagree. 14 / 21 = 0.66666. 17 / 24 = 0.708333.
.66 is not greater than .07.
I think the right answer is C, since they have like denominators; 18 is larger than 16.

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2. I agree with Veritas.

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