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a) Has a whole number part & a fraction part b) The answer to a division problem c) For example, 2 1/2 d) Both A and C

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a) A fraction that has a smaller numerator & larger denominator b) A fraction that has the same number as the numerator & denominator c) A fraction that has a larger numerator and smaller denominator d) Both B & C

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a) The bottom number of a fraction b) The top number of a fraction c) Two equal ratios d) The answer to a fraction problem

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a) Fractions that have the same denominator but different numerators b) Fractions that have the same numerators but different denominators c) Fractions that when reduced or simplified are equal and have the same products through cross multiplication. d) Fractions that have the same numerator as denominator

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a) The bottom number on a fraction b) The top number on a fraction c) Both A and D d) The bottom number on an improper fraction

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a) The top number on a fraction b) The bottom number on a fraction c) The top number on an improper fraction d) Both A and C

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a) The answer to an addition problem b) The answer to a subtraction problem c) The answer to a multiplication problem d) The answer to a division problem.

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a) The answer to an addition problem b) The answer to a subtraction problem c) The answer to a multiplication problem d) The answer to a division problem.

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a) The answer to an addition problem b) The answer to a subtraction problem c) The answer to a multiplication problem d) The answer to a division problem.

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a) The answer to an addition problem b) The answer to a subtraction problem c) The answer to a multiplication problem d) The answer to a division problem.

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