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# Ratios in Simplest Form

## Simplify ratios using greatest common factors.

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## Ratios in Simplest Form

Learn how to simplify ratios and how it can help you to compare and draw conclusions.
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## Ratios in Simplest Form

Learn to reduce ratios to their simplest form.
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## MCC6.RP.2 - Ratios in Simplest Form

Simplify ratios by dividing by the greatest common factor.
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## Ratios in Simplest Form

Write ratios in simplest form
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## Ratios in Simplest Form

Simplify ratios by dividing by the greatest common factor.
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## Ratios in Simplest Form

Simplify ratios by dividing by the greatest common factor.
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## Four Out of Five People Agree

Learn how to interpret the ratios you hear about in national news stories.
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