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Convert the following decimal to a fraction and reduce to lowest terms: 4.75
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User: Convert the following decimal to a fraction and reduce to lowest terms: 4.75





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4.75 = 4 3/4
475/100 = 4 75/100 = 4 3/4; GCF is 25
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