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We want to write fractions using
the smallest numbers possible.

For example, look at

Can you think of a better way to write this using smaller numbers? Let's see...

What if we divided the numerator and denominator by 100?

Oh, yeah... This is a lot better!

Here are the two rules:

1) You can divide the numerator and the denominator by any number... as long as you use the same number for both!
For example, you can't divide the numerator by 3 and the denominator by 5.

2) You need to get the numerator and denominator as small as possible.