Adding Fractions with Different Denominators
But what if the denominators (the bottom numbers) are not the same? As in
You must somehow make the denominators the same.
In this case it is easy, because we know that 1/4 is
Greatest Common Factor
The highest number that divides exactly into two or more numbers.
It is the "greatest" thing for simplifying fractions!
Let's start with an Example .
Greatest Common Factor of 12
Find all the Factors of each
Translating Word Problems
Squared (2nd power)
Cubed (3rd power)
Fourth power (4th power)
A fraction is a part of a whole
Slice a pizza, and you will have fractions:
The top number tells how many slices you have
The bottom number tells how many slices the pizza
Fraction to Decimal Conversion Table
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