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written in the “p/q” form. Here ‘p’ is the numerator and 'q' is the denominator which can't be equal to zero. Different

mathematical operations can be used for simplifying fractions and fractions division is one of them.

Given are two fractions 11/5 and 22/30.

During division these fractions can be written as (11/5) / (22/30).

Now 30/22 is the denominator; the fraction can be reversed so reverse the mathematical operation to multiplication.

This gives (11/5) * (30/22).

Now simplifying further 22 =2*11 and 30 =6*5;

Cancel the common numbers in the numerator and the denominator.

Given are two fractions 8/7 and 24/14.

During division these fractions can be written as (8/7) / (24/14).

Now 24/14 is the denominator; the fraction can be reversed so reverse the mathematical operation to multiplication.

This gives (8/7) * (14/24).

Now simplifying further 24 =3*8 and 14 =2*7;

Cancel the common numbers in the numerator and the denominator