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Well, if you, like, multiply the number on top and the number on bottom by the same number you're going to end up with a number that's, like, the same as the number that you started with.
Ernest, I can tell that you're on the right track, but can you rephrase your answer using applicable domain specific language, and in a manner that demonstrates you understand the content on a conceptual level?
If one multiplies a given fraction by another fraction that contains the same number for both the numerator and the denominator, the product will be a new fraction that is equivalent to the fraction that was given initially. This is true because a fraction that has the same number for both the denominator and the numerator is equal to 1.
Better. Now go put a shirt on. You're in school.
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