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Fractions

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ADDING FRACTIONS Build each fraction so that the denominators are the same ADD the numerators Place the sum of the two numerators on top of the common denominator REDUCE or SIMPLIFY Examples from teacher

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SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS Build each fraction so that both denominators are the same Rewrite each equivalent fraction SUBTRACT the numerators Place the difference of the two numerators on top of the common denominator REDUCE or SIMPLIFY Examples from teacher

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MULTIPLYING FRACTIONS Multiply the numerators Multiply the denominators REDUCE OR SIMPLIFY Examples from teacher

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DIVIDING FRACTIONS Change the ÷ (division sign) to a multiplication sign and invert (flip) the fraction to the right of the sign Multiply the numerators Multiply the denominators REDUCE or SIMPLIFY Examples from teacher

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COMPARING FRACTIONS Find a common denominator Make equivalent fractions with the new denominator Compare the numerators Examples from teacher

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Fractions. The Numerator is the number on top The Denominator is the number on bottom The Factors of a number are those numbers that will divide.

Fractions. The Numerator is the number on top The Denominator is the number on bottom The Factors of a number are those numbers that will divide.

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