# Math

Cindy is using division to write a fraction equivalent to 30/100 (fractions). She tried to divide the numerator and deominator by 3. She got stuck. What advice would you give her?

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1. the greatest common factor is 10, not 3
and divide by the greatest common factor
(3*10) / (10*10) = 3/10

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Damon
2. Idk

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3. VEEEEERY helpful thx damon
;)

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4. thanks

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