prime numbers
1. Prime factorization: factor numbers into prime factors
2. Calculate gcf, the greatest common factor of two numbers
3. Calculate lcm, the least common multiple of two numbers
4. Completely reduce (simplify) fractions to the lowest terms
5. Numbers' divisibility: are the two numbers divisible?
6. Calculate all the factors (divisors) of one or two numbers
7. Are the two numbers coprime (relatively prime)?
8. Numbers parity: are the numbers even or odd?
The links to all the fractions that were completely reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms (to the simplest form, the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The links to all the fractions that were completely reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator). These fractions are grouped into fifteen (15) smaller, distinct, datasets. Follow the links to access each dataset:
The data set no. 1: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 2: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 3: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 4: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 5: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 6: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 7: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 8: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 9: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 10: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 11: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 12: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 13: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 14: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)
The data set no. 15: The list of the fractions that were fully reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms ( = the smallest possible numerator and denominator)