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EnVision Math 2013-14 Topic 10: Lesson 10-6, Day 2 Changing Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers – with simplifying

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Let’s Review!

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Fractions Less Than One Whole

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the numerator is _______________ than the denominator less 6767 3434 5959 7878 2525 1717 Proper Fractions

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Fractions Less Than One Whole Fractions Equal to One Whole

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the numerator and the denominator are the _______________ same 7777 3333 5555 8888 2222 9999 Proper Fractions Fractions Less Than One Whole

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Fractions Less Than One Whole Fractions Equal to One Whole Fractions Greater Than One Whole Proper Fractions

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the numerator is _______________ than the denominator greater 23 7 13 3 25 9 33 6 21 2 9494 Proper Fractions Fractions Less Than One Whole Fractions Equal to One Whole Improper Fractions

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23 6 Improper Fraction 3 5656 Mixed Number

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4 2 5

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6 1 4

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5656 2929 0 0 1 1

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2 5 21 34 3 2022 19 1212 3434

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7 8910 9 1314151617 14 2727 4545

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mixed number whole fraction 2525 1 3535 4 1212 3 3535 10 5757 20

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Mrs. Littlefield 4Math My Math Notebook

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Mixed Numbers 25 Fractions Less Than One Whole Fractions Equal to One Whole Fractions Greater Than One Whole Proper Fraction Improper Fraction

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Mixed Numbers25

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How do I change an improper fraction to a mixed number?

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7 ) 45 6 42 3 R3 45 7 = 6 3 7

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4 ) 33 8 32 1 R1 33 4 = 8 1 4

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4 ) 14 3 12 2 R2 14 4 = 3 2 4 ÷2 ÷2 3 1 2 =

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6 ) 27 4 24 3 R3 27 6 = 4 3 6 = 4 1 2 ÷3 ÷3

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8 ) 30 3 24 6 R6 30 8 = 3 6 8 = 3 3 4 ÷2 ÷2

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9 ) 21 2 18 3 R3 21 9 = 2 3 9 = 2 1 3 ÷3 ÷3

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