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Expressing One Number As a Fraction of Another. Press Ctrl-A ©2009 G Dear – Not to be sold/Free to use Web Resources Stage 4 Years 7 & 8

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2 4.2 Proper/Improper Fractions (1/6)2 3 The Numerator < Is < than The Denominator > Switch Proper Fraction Improper Fraction End of Slide

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3 4.2 Mixed/Improper Fractions (2/6)1 3 whole It has a whole number proper as well as a proper fraction. Improper Fraction Mixed Fraction 2 7 3 Numerator The Numerator Is larger than Denominator The Denominator End of Slide

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MixedFractionImproperFraction 4 4.2 Mixed Improper (3/6)1 3 Switch 7 2 End of Slide

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5 Numerator plus Numerator Whole Number Denominator times Denominator 4.2 Mixed Improper (4/6) Whole Multiply Whole number Conversion23 2 Denominator Keep the Denominator Denominator by the Denominator and Numerator add the Numerator. = x 3x 3x 3x 3 + 2+ 2+ 2+ 2 2 3 Denominator keep Denominator = 3 8 End of Slide

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6 4.2 Mixed Improper (5/6)N D W Whole Multiply Whole numberConversion Denominator Keep the Denominator Denominator by the Denominator and Numerator add the Numerator. = x Dx Dx Dx D + N+ N+ N+ N W D End of Slide

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7 Numerator Denominator ÷ Denominator 4.2 Improper Mixed (6/6) Numerator Divide the Numerator by the Denominator Conversion73 Remainder Write the Remainder Denominator over the Denominator = ÷ 3÷ 3÷ 3÷ 3 2 7 3 = 1 Whole Number Remainder Denominator Same Denominator Web 1 End of Show

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