Simplifying fractions to the lowest terms video online - Fractions have numerators and denominators. In some cases, both have common factors which can be used to further reduce the fractions until they are no longer have any common factors. For example, 10/25 - the common factor is 5. If you divide 10 by 5 you get 2 and if you divide 25 by 5 you get 5. Hence the fraction becomes 2/5. This is the fraction in its lowest terms. It is worth noting that this not make the fraction different from the initial value, hence 10/25 = 2/5. Hence they are referred to as equivalent fractions. In this video tutorial, students will learn how to reduce fractions by dividing them with common fractors. This video is for students in 2n, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades.

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