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simply
12/18 = 2;3
15/25 = 3;5
32/40 = 4;5
6/14 = 3;7
8/15 = 8;15
9/12 = 3;4
12/27 = 4;9
9/12 = 3;4

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  1. Don't you simplify by finding an equivalent fraction?
    12/18 = 2/3

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  2. yehh buhh is dis correct

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  3. Of the five words you just posted -- I only recognize two -- is, correct.

    Yes, your answers are correct if you write them as fractions.

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