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So, if you are asked to reduce fractions, it means to simplify fractions, which is what we will focus on in this lesson.

In order to fully understand this lesson, you will need to understand greatest common factor (gcf) and possibly prime factorization (or factor trees).


Sometimes you may try to identify the GCF mentally, and although you may find a common factor, it may not be the greatest common factor. That's ok....

Subscribe now to get full and unlimited access to AppBrain Intelligence. You'll have access to:

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So, if you are asked to reduce fractions, it means to simplify fractions, which is what we will focus on in this lesson.

In order to fully understand this lesson, you will need to understand greatest common factor (gcf) and possibly prime factorization (or factor trees).


Sometimes you may try to identify the GCF mentally, and although you may find a common factor, it may not be the greatest common factor. That's ok....

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