# Simplifying a Fraction

This is an MCQ-based quiz for GRE on How To Simplify A Fraction.

Simplifying (or reducing) fractions means to make the fraction as simple as possible.

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Simplify: (2x + 4)/(x + 2)

x + 2 x + 1 2x + 2 2 x + 4

A train travels at a constant rate of 20 meters per second. How many kilometers does it travel in 10 minutes? (1 km=1000 m)

10

20

12

2

5

Which quantity is greater?

Quantity A

6 / 33 + 17 / 24

Quantity B

17/32 + 7/25

Quantity A is greater.

The two quantities are equal.

The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

Quantity B is greater.

Simplify. 4x^4*z^3 / 2xz^2

2x^4*z^3 / xz

4x^3*z

2x^3*z

Can't be simplified

2x^4*z^3

Simplify:
(x^2−y^2) / (x+y)

x+y

2xy

x-y

x-y , x+y

1

Simplify:
(x√2 - 2√2) /(√2x + 2)

√x+√2

(x+2) / (√x+√2)

x-√2

√x-√2

x+√2

Simplify the following expression:
(2x^4−32) / (2x^2−8)

x^2 - 4

2

(x+2)(x−2)

x^2 + 4

2(x^2 - 4)

Simplify:
( x^2*y−5x^2*y^2) / x^2y

5+x^2*y^2

None of the other answers

1−5y

1−5x

y−5y

Simplify the given fraction:
120 / 6000

1/5

2/25

1/50

1/20

1/100

Simplify the given fraction:
125 / 2000

1/16

1/32

1/8

2/16

5/16

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Title: Simplifying a Fraction
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