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Which fraction also belongs in set a?

set - 3/24, 5/40, 9/72, 6/48


a. 4/24
b. 2/8
c.4/32
d. 8/40

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  1. All of the fractions in set a = 1/8.

    Which of your choices also = 1/8?

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. C. 4/32

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