 # Equivalent Fractions for 1/15

## Enter a fraction below to find equivalent fractions for:

List some equivalent fractions of 1/15

## Check to see if we can simplify our fraction with a greatest common factor:

Using our GCF calculator, we see this fraction is fully reduced since there is no GCF(1, 15) = 1

## Definition of an Equivalent Fraction:

An equivalent fraction for a/b is found by multiplying the numerator and denominator by a common integer (n).
Whatever you multiply the numerator (top) by, you must multiply the denominator (bottom) by the same number):

## How to Find an Equivalent Fraction:

We'll start with 2 and keep increasing by 1 through 20 to find a bunch of equivalent fractions:

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 2 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 2 15 x 2
 =
 2 30

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 3 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 3 15 x 3
 =
 3 45

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 4 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 4 15 x 4
 =
 4 60

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 5 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 5 15 x 5
 =
 5 75

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 6 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 6 15 x 6
 =
 6 90

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 7 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 7 15 x 7
 =
 7 105

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 8 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 8 15 x 8
 =
 8 120

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 9 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 9 15 x 9
 =
 9 135

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 10 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 10 15 x 10
 =
 10 150

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 11 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 11 15 x 11
 =
 11 165

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 12 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 12 15 x 12
 =
 12 180

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 13 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 13 15 x 13
 =
 13 195

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 14 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 14 15 x 14
 =
 14 210

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 15 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 15 15 x 15
 =
 15 225

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 16 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 16 15 x 16
 =
 16 240

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 17 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 17 15 x 17
 =
 17 255

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 18 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 18 15 x 18
 =
 18 270

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 19 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 19 15 x 19
 =
 19 285

## Multiply numerator and denominator by 20 to get an equivalent fraction:

 1 x 20 15 x 20
 =
 20 300

## Some equivalent fractions for 1/15 are:

{2/30, 3/45, 4/60, 5/75, 6/90, 7/105, 8/120, 9/135, 10/150, 11/165, 12/180, 13/195, 14/210, 15/225, 16/240, 17/255, 18/270, 19/285, 20/300}

{2/30, 3/45, 4/60, 5/75, 6/90, 7/105, 8/120, 9/135, 10/150, 11/165, 12/180, 13/195, 14/210, 15/225, 16/240, 17/255, 18/270, 19/285, 20/300}

### How does the Equivalent Fractions Calculator work?

Given a fraction, this will determine equivalent fractions
This calculator has 1 input.

### What 3 formulas are used for the Equivalent Fractions Calculator?

2. Let i = 2 through 10
3. Multiply n and d by i to get your new equivalent fraction

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### What 3 concepts are covered in the Equivalent Fractions Calculator?

equivalence
the state or property of being equivalent.
equivalent fractions
Two fractions with equal values, using a common factor to scale the numerator and denominator
fraction
how many parts of a certain size exist
a/b where a is the numerator and b is the denominator