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## Sample Problems For Basic Fraction Simplification

### Complexity=8, Mode=simple

Simplify each fraction.
The three input boxes are: whole number, numerator, and denominator.
If there is no whole number, leave it blank.
1.
 44
=
2.
 46
=

### Complexity=12, Mode=simple

Simplify each fraction.
The three input boxes are: whole number, numerator, and denominator.
If there is no whole number, leave it blank.
1.
 66
=
2.
 16
=

### Complexity=8, Mode=improper

Simplify each fraction.
The three input boxes are: whole number, numerator, and denominator.
If there is no whole number, leave it blank.
1.
 66
=
2.
 84
=

### Complexity=12, Mode=improper

Simplify each fraction.
The three input boxes are: whole number, numerator, and denominator.
If there is no whole number, leave it blank.
1.
 88
=
2.
 810
=

### Complexity=8, Mode=simple

Simplify each fraction.
The three input boxes are: whole number, numerator, and denominator.
If there is no whole number, leave it blank.
1
 44
=
Solution
4 ÷ 4 = 1
1
2
 46
=
Solution
The GCF of 4 and 6 is 2.
 46
=
 2 × 23 × 2
 23

### Complexity=12, Mode=simple

Simplify each fraction.
The three input boxes are: whole number, numerator, and denominator.
If there is no whole number, leave it blank.
1
 66
=
Solution
6 ÷ 6 = 1
1
2
 16
=
Solution
The GCF of 1 and 6 is 1.
Therefore the fraction is in simplest form.

### Complexity=8, Mode=improper

Simplify each fraction.
The three input boxes are: whole number, numerator, and denominator.
If there is no whole number, leave it blank.
1
 66
=
Solution
6 ÷ 6 = 1
1
2
 84
=
Solution
8 ÷ 4 = 2
2

### Complexity=12, Mode=improper

Simplify each fraction.
The three input boxes are: whole number, numerator, and denominator.
If there is no whole number, leave it blank.
1
 88
=
Solution
8 ÷ 8 = 1
1
2
 810
=
Solution
The GCF of 8 and 10 is 2.
 810
=
 4 × 25 × 2
 45

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