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How to Simplify Fractions. Ask yourself…. Can I skip count using both the numerator and denominator? Would it be easier for me to find the GCF of both numbers? Do I really need to simplify or is the fractions as low as it can go?. Skip Count. What can I count by to get 12 and 20? .

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## How to Simplify Fractions

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**How to Simplify Fractions**• Ask yourself…. • Can I skip count using both the numerator and denominator? • Would it be easier for me to find the GCF of both numbers? • Do I really need to simplify or is the fractions as low as it can go?**Skip Count**What can I count by to get 12 and 20? What can I count by to get 5 and 30? What can I count by to get 15 and 27? What can I count by to get 20 and 50?**GCF**What is the Greatest Common Factor of 6 an 14?**Remember …2, 5, 10…..and maybe 3?A fraction is**simplified when the only number than can divide into the numerator AND denominator is 1.**Practice Improper to Mixed or Whole**40/9 30/4 16/3**Simplify the following fractions. Be sure you show your**work!

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