In this tutorial, we learn how to write equivalent fractions. If you have a negative in front of the fraction, it's the same as writing the negative on the numerator or the denominator. If we would have a negative on the top and on the bottom, this would cancel both out to create a positive, which wouldn't be right. To write the fractions, simplify it. If it's already simplified, you will need to multiply the fraction. After you do this, you will finish the equation and have it written out in the equivalent form! Once you understand this, you will be able to do additional math problems and learn more and more!
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