First you input the numerator and denominator of the fraction one by one. The program then calculates the HCF/GCD of the numerator and denominator and divides the numerator and denominator by that. The result is the simplified numerator and denominator. It is then outputted.

Note and Credits

This program was made with help from @RohilPatel so I hope you don't get angry cause of the title. It was also made with help from @maxyang and @fuzzyastrocat.

How I got the help

Basically in the post "Show this to your mean math teacher" I asked how to create a fraction simplifier cause I had been stuck for a loooooong time. I got an answer from @fuzzyastrocat, @RohilPatel, and @maxyang. They really helped me by giving ideas, and so I got to finish this calculator.

Another Note

I would make this prettier using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript but I am still in the process of learning HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. In another 3-4 months I will be done and I will try to make this more pretty. Also, can you even add python code in a HTML page?

I don't wanna ask you to upvote as it sounds like begging for cycles.But upvote if you liked this?

## Show this to your *nice* math teacher!

## How this works

First you input the numerator and denominator of the fraction one by one. The program then calculates the HCF/GCD of the numerator and denominator and divides the numerator and denominator by that. The result is the simplified numerator and denominator. It is then outputted.

## Note and Credits

This program was made with help from @RohilPatel so I hope you don't get angry cause of the title. It was also made with help from @maxyang and @fuzzyastrocat.

## How I got the help

Basically in the post "Show this to your mean math teacher" I asked how to create a fraction simplifier cause I had been stuck for a loooooong time. I got an answer from @fuzzyastrocat, @RohilPatel, and @maxyang. They really helped me by giving ideas, and so I got to finish this calculator.

## Another Note

I would make this prettier using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript but I am still in the process of learning HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. In another 3-4 months I will be done and I will try to make this more pretty. Also, can you even add python code in a HTML page?

I don't wanna ask you to upvote as it sounds like begging for cycles.But upvote if you liked this?Yes, basically. It's a bit harder to learn, but it has a lot more functionality than Python. I'll write a sample website to show you! ;D @Whippingdot