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You have sixteen-quarters of a kilogram.
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How many kilograms do you have?
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How can we write sixteen-quarters?
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Thatâ€™s 16 times a quarter, which is one-fourth.
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16 times one-fourth equals 16 over one times one over four.
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Sixteen-quarters is sixteen-fourths.
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And both 16 and four are divisible by four.
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So we can divide the numerator and the denominator by four.
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16 divided by four is four.
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Four divided by four is one.
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Sixteen-quarters equals four.
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If you think about it in terms of money, sixteen-quarters is 16 25-cent pieces.
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And for every four-quarters, we get a dollar, one whole.
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Sixteen-quarters equals four.
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But in our question, we have sixteen-quarters of a kilogram, which is equal to four kilograms.