# equivalent fractions and the numberline

Draw a number line to show how are these fractions are equivalent 3/4=6/8 and 1/4=2/8

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1. Draw a number line to show that 3/4 and 6/8 are equivalent

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2. Draw two number lines that show 0.20 and 1/5 are equivalent

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3. they are equivalent by they have has the same length like

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5. If i knew it i wouldnt be asking

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6. Draw a number line to show that 2/3 and 4/6 are equivalent

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