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Reduce the fraction 36/48 to its lowest terms. A. 3/4 B. 1 12/48 C. 6/8 D. 1 1/4
36/48 in lowest terms is 3/4. The answer is A. 3/4
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User: Reduce the fraction 36/48 to its lowest terms. A. 3/4 B. 1 12/48 C. 6/8 D. 1 1/4

Weegy: C. 6/8
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36/48 in lowest terms is 3/4. The answer is A. 3/4
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