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by Grecia Romero Rivera

# Cover Long Division
Mixed F to Impro. F
Percents 1 to 10%
GCF
LCM ECT.  Tables Of Contents
LONG DIVISION PG. 3
Mixed FRACTIONS to Improper PG. 5
PERCENTS 1 to 10% PG. 7
GCF PG. 9 LCM PG. 11
LONG DIVISION
When you do a long division always do a box to divide the first number to the second number. Some numbers have remainder and no remainders, for example 894 divided by 86 Equals 10 r 34, like this one was a remainder lets do one without a remainder so lets make this one easy. For Example: 468 divided by 2 equals 234 because the last number makes it with no remainder and the last number is also even, that is what makes it not a remainder. Long Division Example
Turning mixed numbers in to A improper fraction
In this lesson you will learn the third easiest thing in this lesson that you will Learn In sixth grade with your teacher It can be Mrs. Mikols or Mr. Fraser. First lets go in the directions on how to do it. A whole number is one only number like 2 wholes. A faction is with two numbers the numerator and the denominator. The numerator is the top of the fraction, the denominator is at the bottom of the fraction. For example a mixed number Is 2 1/4, In words it will be two one fourths = 2 1/4.

Now that you know about the fractions got To the next page to see how to TURN mixed to improper fraction
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