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Fractions: Like You've Never Seen Before!Loading...

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Table of Contents

Section 1:

Review of Mixed Numbers (pg. 3)

Section 2:

Introduction to Improper Fractions (pg. 4)

Section 3:

Changing a Mixed Number into an Improper Fraction (pgs. 5 & 6)

Section 4:

Practice Problems (pgs. 7 & 8)

Section 5:

Glossary (pg. 9)

Section 6:

References (pg. 10)

Review of Mixed Numbers :)

* A mixed number is a number that consists of an integer and a proper fraction.

Here are some examples of mixed numbers:

Five and one third

Two and one half

Four and one third

Five and one fourth

Two and four fifths

Introducing Improper Fractions!

*** An improper fraction is where the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator. In other words, the fraction is top-heavy.**

Here are some examples of improper fractons:

Nine fourths

Ten sevenths

Seven fifths

Thirteen fourths

Changing Mixed Numbers into Improper Fractions

Learn how to change a mixed number into an improper fraction by watching this video!

Teaching Another Strategy

Another way you can change a mixed number into an improper fraction!