Identifying fractions
Identifying fractions on a number line
Compare and Order Fractions
Adding Fractions
With Common Denominators
Subtracting Fractions With Common Denominators
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100

1/2

100

2/6

100

Compare the fractions using <, >, or =

5/6     4/6

5/6  >  4/6

100

Add the fractions:   2/5  +  3/5

1 OR 5/5

100

Subtract the fractions:   4/7 - 1/7

3/7

100

1 + 1 1/2

2 1/2

100

I ate 2/8 of a pizza today and ate 3/8 of the pizza yesterday.  How much pizza is left?

3/8 of the pizza is left.

200

2/3

200

2/8

200

Compare the fractions using <, >, or =.

3/4     3/8


3/4  >  3/5

200

Add the fractions:  6/20+5/20

11/20

200

Subtract the fractions:  19/20  -  6/20

13/20

200

1 1/4 + 2 1/4

3 2/4 or 3 1/2

200

1/7 of the litter of puppies is speckled, 2/7 of the puppies are brown.  The rest of the puppies are white. What fraction of the litter of puppies are white? 

4/7 of the puppies are white.

300

3/5

300

T

300

Compare the fractions using <, >, or =.

10/20   10/12

10/20 < 10/12

300

Add the fractions:  1/8+3/8

4/8 or 1/2

300

Subtract the fractions:  20/14 -  8/14

12/14

300

2 1/3 + 3 1/3

5 2/3

300

Ammar was collecting coins.  35/100 of the coins were gold.  How many coins were not gold?

65/100 of the coins were not gold.  

400

19/5 nineteen fifths or

3 4/5

400

1/2

400

Compare the fractions using <, >, or =.

1/2   5/10

1/2 = 5/10
400

Add the fractions: 44/100+21/100

65/100

400

 8/9 -  6/9

2/9

400

3/5 + 2/5 + 3/5

8/5 or 1 whole and 3/5

400

Mary painted 2/3 of the fence white.  Anna painted 3/12 of her fence white.  Who painted more of their fence white? 

Mary painted more of her fence white.

If you multiply to get both denominators to 12,

Mary had 8/12 of her fence painted white and Anna only had 3/12 painted white. 

500

52/10

fifty-two tenths!

500

D

500

Compare the fractions using >, <, =

2/10     20/100

2/10 = 20/100

500

3 1/5 + 2 2/5 =

28/5 or 5 3/5

500

 5/4 -  2/4 =

3/4

500

6 2/5 + 9 4/5

16 1/5

500

Cosima ate 10/12 of her box of cookies.  Romina ate 5/6 of her cookies. Who ate more? 

They ate the same.

10/12 = 5/6. 

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