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2-153.

Remember that

$\frac{14}{20} = \frac{7}{10}$

One way to start is to change both so that they have 100 in the denominator.

$\frac{22}{25}\cdot \frac{4}{4} = \frac{88}{100}$

$\frac{7}{10}\cdot\frac{?}{?} = ?$

$\frac{9}{50}$

See part (a).