Fractions and Comparing
Adding Fractions
Subtracting Fractions
Multiplying Fractions
Dividing Fractions
Proper and Improper Fractions
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Give an example of a fraction

1/2

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How do you add fractions with the same denominator?

Just add the numerators

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How do you subtract fractions with the same denominator?

You just subtract the numerators and leave the denominator

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How do you multiply the fractions?

Multiply the numerators straight across and then multiply the denominators straight across?

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How do you divide fractions?

Take the reciprocal of the second fractions and multiply it by the first

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Turn to a proper fraction:

7/2

3 1/2

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What part of the fraction is a numerator and what part is the denominator?

The top part is the numerator, the bottom part is the denominator

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3/9 + 2/9

5/9

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Subtract the fractions 3/5 - 1/5

2/5

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Multiply the following:

1/2 x 1/2

1/4

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Write the reciprocal of:

18/27

27/18

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Turn to a proper fraction:

13/4

3 1/4

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>, <, or =

2/3 and 5/6

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5/12 + 4/12

9/12 or 3/4

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Subtract the fractions 5/6 - 3/12

7/12

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Multiply the fractions:

5/8 x 3/4

15/32

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Divide the following fractions:

1/5 divided by 1/4

4/5

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Turn to an improper fraction:

5 2/5

27/5

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>, <, or =

7/12 and 11/20

>

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Add the fractions:  

1/6 + 2/5

17/30

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Subtract the fractions 7/15 - 1/5

4/15

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Multiply the fractions:

1/5 x 2/3

2/15

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Divide the following fractions:

3/7 divided by 6/14

1

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Turn to an improper fraction:

5 1/2

11/2

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Which fraction is larger? 1/2 or 1/4

1/2 

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4/10 + 2/5 = 

8/10

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6 4/9 - 5 2/9

1 2/9

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Multiply the fractions: leave as an improper fraction

1 2/3 x 2 2/3

40/9

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Divide the following fractions:

57/98 divided by 1

57/98

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Turn to a proper fraction:

66/7

9 3/7

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