Contents

- 1 What is the example of lowest term?
- 2 What is 2/4 in the lowest terms?
- 3 What is 2/8 in the lowest term?
- 4 How do you simplify?
- 5 How do you find the LCD?
- 6 What is the lowest term of 5 2?
- 7 What is 3 9 in the lowest terms?
- 8 What is the lowest term for 1 2?
- 9 What is 4/5 in the lowest term?
- 10 What is the lowest term for 6 10?
- 11 What is 3/4 in the lowest terms?
- 12 What is 7/8 in the lowest terms?
- 13 What is the lowest term for 6 8?
- 14 What is 2 6 in the lowest terms?

## What is the example of lowest term?

A fraction is said to written using lowest terms if its numerator and denominator are relatively prime, that is, they have no common factors other than 1. (Some books use “simplest form” to mean the same thing.) So, 59 is written in lowest terms, since 5 and 9 have no common factors other than 1.

## What is 2/4 in the lowest terms?

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Fraction | Reduced Form | Decimal Value |
---|---|---|

24 | 12 | 0.5 |

26 | 13 | 0.3333 |

28 | 14 | 0.25 |

210 | 15 | 0.2 |

## What is 2/8 in the lowest term?

Reduce 2/8 to lowest terms

- Find the GCD (or HCF) of numerator and denominator. GCD of 2 and 8 is 2.
- 2 ÷ 28 ÷ 2.
- Reduced fraction: 14. Therefore, 2/8 simplified to lowest terms is 1/4.

## How do you simplify?

To simplify any algebraic expression, the following are the basic rules and steps:

- Remove any grouping symbol such as brackets and parentheses by multiplying factors.
- Use the exponent rule to remove grouping if the terms are containing exponents.
- Combine the like terms by addition or subtraction.
- Combine the constants.

## How do you find the LCD?

Find the least common denominator ( LCD ) of two fractions

- Factor each denominator into its primes.
- List the primes, matching primes in columns when possible.
- Bring down the columns.
- Multiply the factors. The product is the LCM of the denominators.
- The LCM of the denominators is the LCD of the fractions.

## What is the lowest term of 5 2?

- As an improper fraction. (numerator larger than denominator):
^{5}/_{2}=^{5}/_{2} - As a mixed number (mixed fraction) (a whole number and a proper fraction, of the same sign):
^{5}/_{2}= 2^{1}/_{2} - As a decimal number:
^{5}/_{2}= 2.5. - As a percentage:
^{5}/_{2}= 250%

## What is 3 9 in the lowest terms?

Reduce 3/9 to lowest terms

- Find the GCD (or HCF) of numerator and denominator. GCD of 3 and 9 is 3.
- 3 ÷ 39 ÷ 3.
- Reduced fraction: 13. Therefore, 3/9 simplified to lowest terms is 1/3.

## What is the lowest term for 1 2?

So we can divide both the numerator and denominator by 3. Can we simplify 1/2 any further? Nope, there’s no number, other than 1, that we can use to divide both the numerator and denominator. 1/2 is the lowest term of 3/6.

## What is 4/5 in the lowest term?

45 is already in the simplest form. It can be written as 0.8 in decimal form (rounded to 6 decimal places). Steps to simplifying fractions

- Find the GCD (or HCF) of numerator and denominator. GCD of 4 and 5 is 1.
- 4 ÷ 15 ÷ 1.
- Reduced fraction: 45. Therefore, 4/5 simplified to lowest terms is 4/5.

## What is the lowest term for 6 10?

Steps to simplifying fractions Therefore, 6/10 simplified to lowest terms is 3/5.

## What is 3/4 in the lowest terms?

Therefore, we divide the numerator and denominator by 30. 90/120 written in lowest terms is 3/4.

## What is 7/8 in the lowest terms?

78 is already in the simplest form. It can be written as 0.875 in decimal form (rounded to 6 decimal places). Steps to simplifying fractions

- Find the GCD (or HCF) of numerator and denominator. GCD of 7 and 8 is 1.
- 7 ÷ 18 ÷ 1.
- Reduced fraction: 78. Therefore, 7/8 simplified to lowest terms is 7/8.

## What is the lowest term for 6 8?

Steps to simplifying fractions Therefore, 6/8 simplified to lowest terms is 3/4.

## What is 2 6 in the lowest terms?

Reduce 2/6 to lowest terms

- Find the GCD (or HCF) of numerator and denominator. GCD of 2 and 6 is 2.
- 2 ÷ 26 ÷ 2.
- Reduced fraction: 13. Therefore, 2/6 simplified to lowest terms is 1/3.