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Calculate the expansion number and the denominator.
First, calculate the expansion number by dividing the two numerators.
Second, calculate the denominator by multiplying it with the expansion number.
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Step 1: Calculate the Expansion Number
To calculate the expansion number, divide the numerator of the expanded fraction (6) by the numerator of the first fraction (1):Expansion Number: 6 ÷ 1 = 6
Step 2: Calculate the denominator
To calculate the denominator of the second fraction, multiply the denominator of the first fraction (10) by the expansion number (6):Nenner: 10 × 6 = 60
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