A representative from Math Problem Generator explains in this video that converting a simple fraction from its current state to a higher equivalent can be very simple. He explains the process neatly and provides a great example. To convert a fraction, you must multiply the numerator and the denominator by the exact same number. The example he shows is captured from the screen of a computer and is written out in some sort of a painting program. The example shows that fourninths equals eighteighteenths.
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