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Use your understanding of equivalent fractions to write two fractions that are equivalent to each of the following fractions.


    How would you write this as a fraction with a denominator of ?

    These are two equivalent fractions, but there are more answers.


     is a multiple of , so try making a fraction equivalent to three fifths, with as the denominator.


    This is similar to parts (a) and (b).

    Can you find more equivalent fractions?