The Giant one

The Giant one is one. The object of the giant one is to find a equivalent fraction of a fraction by multiplying it by one.

An example:

3/4 times 4/4(giant one)=12/16

12/16 is equivalent to 3/4

but if you want a greater equivalent fraction the denominator and numerator have to be greater like:

3/4 time 100/100(giant one)=300/400 and that is equivalent to 3/4 and 12/16 its just not as simplified.

As you can see the smaller the numerator and denominator is the more simplified the fraction will be.

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