Try working with your prime and composite chart from unit 1. Also, use divisibility rules.
My hint is to start by finding which numbers do not work because the fractions will not be in lowest terms.
what do you mean?
I'm trying to find the numbers that the numerator is not divisible by
I think what you should do is count by the highest number at the top of the fraction.(hint)
can i have some help???
all u have to do is make the fraction into largest form
You can immediatly rule out any number that is divisible by 2,3, or 5, then use guess and check for the rest.
Start by thinking of prime numbers between 20 and 80.
Think of numbers that are not divisible by 2,3 and 5(that are composite).
If you didn't bring home your math journal, you can always make your own prime and composite chart.
There are some great hints here! Don't forget you can start posting the answer this next Monday!
its easy just look at your # cart like everybody says
Don't forget to cross out any prime numbers! It will reduce the possibilities a lot.
im so confuesed
I think if you find what #'s don't work like arl said it is easy.
I got it. Try what VP said about ruling out the numbers that are divisible by 2,3, and 5.
i got it. Try listing numbers.
I've come up with 3 possible numbers. Does anyone else agree?
I havn't got it yet, but I think I know how to figure it out!!! (:
It helps a lot if you list the numbers 20 through 80 and cross out the ones that are divisible by 2,3,and 5, since the fractions are in simplest form.
Sorry I'm late, but I got the answer.
otherwise , what is it?
HOW DO YOU SOLVE THIS???????
okay,never mind. I got the answer.
what did you get?
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