Fractions and Decimals

Rational Numbers

Mutliplying and Dividing Rational Numbers

Adding and Subtracting LIKE Fractions

Adding and Subtracting UNLIKE Fractions

100

If the repeating digit is zero, the the decimal is a ...

Terminating Decimal

100

Write -10 7/8 as an improper fraction

-87/8

100

1/6 X 2/3 =

1/9

100

4/7 + (-6/7) =

-2/7

100

If a fraction is an UNLIKE fraction what is different?

The denominator

200

Write 1/16 as a decimal

0.0625

200

Write 3.625 as a fraction or mixed number

3 5/8

200

5/12 x 6/10 =

1/4

200

5/15 - 10/15 =-

-1/3

200

3/5 + 1/3 =

14/15

300

Write 4/5 as a decimal

0.8

300

Write 6 1/6 as an improper fraction

37/6

300

Please remember this when dividing rational numbers

Keep Change Flip

300

What is the distance between -5/8 and 1/8

3/4

300

5 1/3 - (-4 5/9) =

9 8/9

400

Write .65 as a fraction, in lowest terms

13/20

400

Write 7 as a fraction

7/1

400

The reciprocal of 2 1/12 is

12/25

400

-2 9/10 + (-9 9/10) + (-6 9/10) =

-19 7/10

400

3/8 + 5/6 =

11/24

500

How do you know when to stop dividing?

When the remainder is zero

500

Rational numbers include these set of numbers

Integers

Whole Numbers

Natural Numbers

500

Write the quotient in simplest form

5/3ab divided by 15/abc

c/9

500

In order to add or subtract fractions, this always needs to be the same

denominator

500

-3 2/5 - (-2 4/7) =

-29/35

Click to zoom