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Equivalent Fractions SWBAT find equivalent fractions
Fractions 1 whole ½ one half ¼ one fourth 1/8 one eighth 1/12 one twelfth
Equivalent Fractions –Fractions that name the same part of a whole or a set
Examples _3_ _n_ 4 12 _1_ _a_ 11 88 _2_ _c_ 9 81 _5_ 9 _3_ 5 _1_ 4 = = =
Try These 1/4 pepperoni –4/16 1/8 mushroom –2/16 2/16 sausage 2/8 plain –4/16 4/16 pepper
Fractions in Simplest Form SWBAT express fractions in simplest form
Simplest Form Lowest Terms –When the numerator and denominator have no common factor other than 1 Remember: Numerator_ Denominator
Examples 2/3 1/8 4/8 5/10 3/10 7/21 18/36
Try These 15/40 –3/8 16/48 –1/3 3/18 –1/6 16/20 –4/5
Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers SWBAT subtract fractions with unlike denominators; subtract mixed numbers.
Objective: Learn to write fractions in simplest form.
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4-5 Add or Subtract Mixed Numbers. Add Mixed Numbers To add mixed numbers: o First add the fractions o You may need to rename the fractions so that they.
EXAMPLE 2 Identifying Equivalent Fractions SOLUTION Write each fraction in simplest form. 3 8 is in simplest form == 3 8 The fractions.
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With “like” denominators: 1)add/subtract across the top. 2)Leave the bottom alone. Ex: =
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