# Category:Anomalous Cancellation

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This category contains results about Anomalous Cancellation.

Definitions specific to this category can be found in Definitions/Anomalous Cancellation.

Let $r = \dfrac a b$ be a fraction where $a$ and $b$ are integers expressed in conventional decimal notation.

**Anomalous cancellation** is a phenomenon whereby deleting (that is, cancelling) common digits from the numerator $a$ and the denominator $b$ of $r$, the value of $r$ the fraction does not change.

## Pages in category "Anomalous Cancellation"

The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total.

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- Anomalous Cancellation on 2-Digit Numbers
- Anomalous Cancellation on 2-Digit Numbers/Examples
- Anomalous Cancellation on 2-Digit Numbers/Examples/16 over 64
- Anomalous Cancellation on 2-Digit Numbers/Examples/19 over 95
- Anomalous Cancellation on 2-Digit Numbers/Examples/26 over 65
- Anomalous Cancellation on 2-Digit Numbers/Examples/49 over 98
- Anomalous Cancellation/Examples
- Anomalous Cancellation/Examples/143 185 over 17 018 560
- Anomalous Cancellation/Examples/3544 over 7531
- Anomalous Cancellation/Variants
- Anomalous Cancellation/Variants/3 + 25 + 38 over 7 + 20 + 39
- Anomalous Cancellation/Variants/37 + 13 over 37 + 24