Divisibility Rules Worksheet: Reducing Fractions
By Lisa Williams 
March 26, 2001

Write true or false.

(1) 3/12 = 1/4

(2) 4/10 = 1/2

(3) 2/3 = 4/6

Reduce these fractions to lowest terms by dividing both terms by the greatest common factor. Greatest common factor means the largest number that is a factor for both numerator and denominator. In 'Mississippiese', it means the biggest number that will go into both top and bottom of the fraction)
 

(4) 18/30
 
 

(5) 8/12
 
 

(6) 6/24
 
 

(7) 5/100
 
 

(8) 3/9
 
 

(9) 12/20
 
 

(10) 12/14
 
 

(11) 30/55
 
 

(12) 15/20

(13) 12/16
 
 

(14) 18/27
 
 

(15) 54/63
 
 

(16) 15/21
 
 

(17) 6/30
 
 

(18) 2/18
 
 

(19) 4/22
 
 

(20)12/132

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