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I want to learn about: Number & Operations – Fractions

Content about fractions in elementary mathematics. Exercises, tutorials, problems, and teaching resources for fractions in elementary. Here you will find posts about fractions to make learning mathematics easier and more fun. ido generado sobre fracciones de matemáticas de primaria.

Aug31

Direct and Inverse Proportionality Problems

Direct and Inverse Proportionality Problems

In today’s post, we are going to work on proportionality by looking at some examples of proportionality problems. Before we begin, you can take a look at other exercises with proportional numbers where we review the concepts of reason and proportionality constant. Direct Proportionality and Inverse Proportionality Proportional magnitudes can be directly proportional or inversely […]

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Mar05

Understanding Fractions: “If the Whole Is Made of 8 Parts, How Can I Have 11?”

Understanding Fractions: “If the Whole Is Made of 8 Parts, How Can I Have 11?”

We’ve written plenty about fractions in this blog. Recently, one of our readers asked us to explain the content of this post on classification of fractions in more detail. His comment was: “I’m sorry but I don’t understand improper fractions… I think it’s impossible to have 11 parts of something that’s divided into 8”. When we learn and […]

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Feb05

Adding and Subtracting Fractions: Why Do They Need the Same Denominator?

Adding and Subtracting Fractions: Why Do They Need the Same Denominator?

Today we’re going to find out why, when we’re adding and subtracting fractions, they need to have the same denominator. If you didn’t already know, when we’re adding and subtracting fractions, they must be homogeneous. You can read more about homogeneous and heterogeneous fractions in this post. It’s really easy to understand using visual aids, which we’ll take […]

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