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By; Emma Maynard

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The numerator is top # in a fraction. Example: 2/4 Numerator

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The bottom # of a fraction. Example: 1/6 Denominator

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Equivalent fractions are 2 or more fractions that are equal. Example; 1/2=2/4=3/6 = =

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Mixed #’s have wholes and parts of a whole. You get a mixed # from an improper fraction. Example: 2 1/2

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An improper fraction is where the numerator is bigger than the denominator. Example: 20/17

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When adding fractions add only the numerators. Example:2/4+1/4=3/4

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When subtracting fractions subtract only the numerator. Example: 2/3 -1/3=

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When multiplying fractions you multiply both the numerators together. Then multiply both denominators. Example: ½ x1/2= 1/4

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When dividing fractions, multiply the divisor by the reciprocal of the dividend. Example: 2/3 ¾ 2/3 X 4/3 = 8/9

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1. 4/5- 2/5= 2. 9/10-2/10= 3. 10/12 + 1/12= 4. 1/5+3/5=

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1. 1/6 x 3/6= 2. 3/4 x 1/4= 3. 4/5 1/5= 4. 12/20 1/20=

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