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## What is the fraction of 90?

90 / 1

Answer: 90 expressed as a fraction in simplest form is equal to 90 / 1.

**What is the equivalent fraction of 90 100?**

Therefore, 90/100 simplified to lowest terms is 9/10.

**What is a fraction where the denominator?**

The denominator is the bottom number of a fraction. So in the fraction 3/8 the denominator is 8. In the fraction 5/6 the denominator is 6.

### How do you write a fraction with a given denominator?

You can write an equivalent fraction with a given denominator by finding how that denominator relates to the other fraction. Write down a fraction and the denominator of the proposed equivalent fraction. For example, the fraction is 3/4 and the equivalent fraction’s denominator be 80.

**What is 90 percent as a fraction in simplest form?**

2 Answers. So we know that percentage, is a fraction itself. Simplify this and it becomes 910 .

**How do you turn 90 percent into a fraction?**

2. What is 90% in the fraction form? 90% in the fraction form is 90/100. If you want you can simplify it further as 9/10.

#### What is the denominator of 1 8 fraction?

The denominator of 1/8 is already 8, so we leave it alone. To get a denominator of 8 for 1/2, we multiple the numerator and denominator by 4, giving us 4/8. To get a denominator of 8 for 1/4, we multiple the numerator and denominator by 2, giving us 2/8. Now we have three fractions with the denominator of 8.

**Are there any fractions that have the same numerator?**

Equivalent fractions are fractions with different numbers representing the same part of a whole. They have different numerators and denominators, but their fractional values are the same.

**When is a fraction written in lowest terms?**

Equivalent fractions do not always have the same numerator and denominator, but they have the same value. A fraction is in lowest terms when the numerator and denominator of the fraction share no common factors other than 1. A fraction written in lowest terms is called a simplified fraction.

## What happens when you simplify the numerator of a fraction?

Notice that when you simplify a fraction, you divide the numerator and denominator by the same number, in the same way you multiply by the same number to find an equivalent fraction with a greater denominator. In the example above, you could have divided the numerator and denominator by 9, a common factor of 54 and 72.

**Which is an example of an equivalent fraction?**

Equivalent fractions are fractions with different numbers representing the same part of a whole. They have different numerators and denominators, but their fractional values are the same. For example, think about the fraction 1/2.