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With that, let's use the **Fraction** Reducer to reduce a **fraction to simplest form** and/
or to **convert** an improper **fraction** into a mixed number.

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**Convert** an improper **fraction** to a mixed number. Calculator to simplify **fractions**
and reduce **fractions** to lowest terms. Reduce and simplify **fractions to simplest**
**form**.

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**fraction**into simpelst

**form**.Course I learned it ...

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**Fractions** can be written in a variety of ways; however, you will often be asked to
write **fractions** in their **simplest form**. In this lesson, learn...

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Quick-Start Guide. Input. This calculator takes a whole number, mixed number, or
**fraction** entered as the following examples suggest and simplifies the **fraction**:
Whole number 5: **Fraction** one half: Mixed Number 1 and 3/4. Output Modes. The
calculator will output in four different forms: Mixed Number in **Simplest Form**. 1, 3
...

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This is where the numerator is larger than the denominator. To write these
answers in their **simplest form** you will have to **convert** them to a mixed number.
This will show a representation of the Whole Parts and the **Fractional** Parts. For
the purposes of this discussion, let's say both situations are called simplifying
your answer ...

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Learn how to write the **fraction**, 7/8 as a **decimal**.

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Simplifying **Fractions**. Simplifying (or reducing) **fractions** means to make the
**fraction** as **simple** as possible. Why say four-eighths (48 ) when we really mean
half ( 12) ?