# How to Find a Variable in Both the Numerator & Denominator?

Solving for variables in fractions involves many of the same steps as solving for variables in regular equations. The main difference is that equivalent fractions should first be cross-multiplied t...
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## How to Divide Both a Numerator & Denominator by GCF?

In the world of fractions, you often run into the term "greatest common factor." This is the largest value that will fit evenly into both the numerator and the denominator of a fraction. When you s...
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## How to Calculate the Percentage When the Numerator Is Greater Than the Denominator?

Percentages describe the size of one quantity, the numerator, in terms of a second quantity, the denominator. In many situations, the denominator represents the whole, and no larger quantity can ex...
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## How to Isolate a Variable in the Denominator?

Many algebraic equations involve in finding the value of an unknown variable. To find the value of the variable, some manipulation is needed to isolate the intended variable. A variable is usually ...
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## How to Find the Same Denominator?

In a fraction, the denominator is the bottom or second number and the numerator is the top or first number. In order to add or subtract fractions, they must have the same denominator. The denominat...
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