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Reduce Fractions

Reduce each fraction into its simplest form. Some fractions may already be in its simplest form; in that case, you should simply repeat it. Enter fractions with a slash separating the numerator and the denominator, e.g. "1/2" without the quotes. You may use the TAB key to move to the next question. When you are done, click Submit.

  1. \( \dfrac{ 40 }{ 48 } \) =
  2. \( \dfrac{ 21 }{ 30 } \) =
  3. \( \dfrac{ 8 }{ 56 } \) =
  4. \( \dfrac{ 7 }{ 21 } \) =
  5. \( \dfrac{ 81 }{ 90 } \) =
  6. \( \dfrac{ 5 }{ 45 } \) =
  7. \( \dfrac{ 6 }{ 9 } \) =
  8. \( \dfrac{ 2 }{ 14 } \) =
  9. \( \dfrac{ 21 }{ 56 } \) =
  10. \( \dfrac{ 8 }{ 10 } \) =

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