Author Username in Mathematics, 08.11.2018

What is 14 49ths in simplest form

Answered by bha11

The answer would be 2/7. This is because you find a Greatest Common Factor, also known as a GCF. In this problem the Greatest Common Factor would be seven because it is the largest number that goes into both 14 and 49. Once you find the GCF (7) you would divide both numbers by that (7) to get them into simplest form. In this problem you would take your GCF (7) and divide both numbers (14 and 47) by your GCF (7) and you would get an answer of 2/7. (2 7ths)

Answered by cerritosana

The simplest firm is 2/7

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