3. REVIEW ADDING INTEGERS• Adding Integers-Friday, May 3, 13
4. REVIEW ADDING INTEGERS• Adding Integers-• Adding two numbers with the same sign.Add the integersand keep the same sign.Friday, May 3, 13
5. REVIEW ADDING INTEGERS• Adding Integers-• Adding two numbers with the same sign.Add the integersand keep the same sign.• Adding two numbers with different signs. Subtract theintegers and take the sign of the larger number.Friday, May 3, 13
6. REVIEW ADDING INTEGERS• Adding Integers-• Adding two numbers with the same sign.Add the integersand keep the same sign.• Adding two numbers with different signs. Subtract theintegers and take the sign of the larger number.• 3 + 3 = 6 -3 + -5 = -8Friday, May 3, 13
7. REVIEW ADDING INTEGERS• Adding Integers-• Adding two numbers with the same sign.Add the integersand keep the same sign.• Adding two numbers with different signs. Subtract theintegers and take the sign of the larger number.• 3 + 3 = 6 -3 + -5 = -8• 3 + -5 = -2Friday, May 3, 13
8. REVIEW SUBTRACTING INTEGERSFriday, May 3, 13
9. REVIEW SUBTRACTING INTEGERS• Subtracting IntegersFriday, May 3, 13
10. REVIEW SUBTRACTING INTEGERS• Subtracting Integers• Same Change OppositeFriday, May 3, 13
11. REVIEW SUBTRACTING INTEGERS• Subtracting Integers• Same Change Opposite• Change the subtraction sign to addition.Friday, May 3, 13
12. REVIEW SUBTRACTING INTEGERS• Subtracting Integers• Same Change Opposite• Change the subtraction sign to addition.• Change the sign of the second integer.Friday, May 3, 13
13. REVIEW SUBTRACTING INTEGERS• Subtracting Integers• Same Change Opposite• Change the subtraction sign to addition.• Change the sign of the second integer.• Use the rules for addition.Friday, May 3, 13
14. REVIEW SUBTRACTING INTEGERS• Subtracting Integers• Same Change Opposite• Change the subtraction sign to addition.• Change the sign of the second integer.• Use the rules for addition.• 3 - (-4) = 3 + 4 = 7Friday, May 3, 13
15. REVIEW SUBTRACTING INTEGERS• Subtracting Integers• Same Change Opposite• Change the subtraction sign to addition.• Change the sign of the second integer.• Use the rules for addition.• 3 - (-4) = 3 + 4 = 7• -4 - 6 = -4 + (-6) = -10Friday, May 3, 13
16. REVIEW MULTIPLY/DIVIDE INTEGERSFriday, May 3, 13
17. REVIEW MULTIPLY/DIVIDE INTEGERS• When you multiply or divide two integers with the same signthe answer is always positive.Friday, May 3, 13
18. REVIEW MULTIPLY/DIVIDE INTEGERS• When you multiply or divide two integers with the same signthe answer is always positive.• When you multiply or divide two integers with different signsthe answer is always negative.Friday, May 3, 13
19. REVIEW MULTIPLY/DIVIDE INTEGERS• When you multiply or divide two integers with the same signthe answer is always positive.• When you multiply or divide two integers with different signsthe answer is always negative.• 3*3=9 -3*-3=9 -3/-3=1 3/3=1Friday, May 3, 13
20. REVIEW MULTIPLY/DIVIDE INTEGERS• When you multiply or divide two integers with the same signthe answer is always positive.• When you multiply or divide two integers with different signsthe answer is always negative.• 3*3=9 -3*-3=9 -3/-3=1 3/3=1• -3*3=-9 -10/5=-2Friday, May 3, 13
21. FractionsFriday, May 3, 13
22. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.Friday, May 3, 13
23. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.Friday, May 3, 13
24. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectFriday, May 3, 13
25. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectFriday, May 3, 13
26. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectFriday, May 3, 13
27. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectThis object has now been separatedinto 4 parts.Friday, May 3, 13
28. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectThis object has now been separatedinto 4 parts.Friday, May 3, 13
29. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectThis object has now been separatedinto 4 parts.How many parts of this object hasbeen ﬁlled.Friday, May 3, 13
30. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectThis object has now been separatedinto 4 parts.How many parts of this object hasbeen ﬁlled.14Friday, May 3, 13
31. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectThis object has now been separatedinto 4 parts.How many parts of this object hasbeen ﬁlled.Friday, May 3, 13
32. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectThis object has now been separatedinto 4 parts.How many parts of this object hasbeen ﬁlled.Friday, May 3, 13
33. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectThis object has now been separatedinto 4 parts.How many parts of this object hasbeen ﬁlled.24Friday, May 3, 13
34. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectThis object has now been separatedinto 4 parts.How many parts of this object hasbeen ﬁlled.24orFriday, May 3, 13
35. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectThis object has now been separatedinto 4 parts.How many parts of this object hasbeen ﬁlled.2412orFriday, May 3, 13
36. FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole, or an entire object.This is a whole objectThis object has now been separatedinto 4 parts.How many parts of this object hasbeen ﬁlled.2412or This is reducing or simplifying the fractionFriday, May 3, 13
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38. ADDING FRACTIONSFriday, May 3, 13
39. ADDING FRACTIONS• Fraction consist of two numbers a numerator and adenominator.Friday, May 3, 13
40. ADDING FRACTIONS• Fraction consist of two numbers a numerator and adenominator.• The numerator is the top number and the denominator is thebottom number.Friday, May 3, 13
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42. NumeratorFriday, May 3, 13
43. NumeratorDenominatorFriday, May 3, 13
44. NumeratorDenominatorAdding/Subtracting fractions with the samedenominatorFriday, May 3, 13
45. NumeratorDenominatorTo add or subtracting two fractions with the samedenominatoradd the numerators and place that numberover the common denominator.Adding/Subtracting fractions with the samedenominatorFriday, May 3, 13
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47. ADDING FRACTIONS WITH UNLIKE DENOMINATORSFriday, May 3, 13
48. ADDING FRACTIONS WITH UNLIKE DENOMINATORS• Find the Least Common Denominator (LCD) of the fractionsFriday, May 3, 13
49. ADDING FRACTIONS WITH UNLIKE DENOMINATORS• Find the Least Common Denominator (LCD) of the fractions• Rename the fractions to have the LCDFriday, May 3, 13
50. ADDING FRACTIONS WITH UNLIKE DENOMINATORS• Find the Least Common Denominator (LCD) of the fractions• Rename the fractions to have the LCD• Add the numeratorsFriday, May 3, 13
51. ADDING FRACTIONS WITH UNLIKE DENOMINATORS• Find the Least Common Denominator (LCD) of the fractions• Rename the fractions to have the LCD• Add the numerators• Simplify the fractionFriday, May 3, 13
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53. MULTIPLYING FRACTIONSFriday, May 3, 13
54. MULTIPLYING FRACTIONS• Multiply straight across the fraction.• Always simplify the fraction to lowest terms.Friday, May 3, 13
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56. Dividing fractionsFriday, May 3, 13
57. Dividing fractionsSame Change FlipFriday, May 3, 13
58. Dividing fractionsSame Change FlipFriday, May 3, 13
59. http://visualfractions.com/Games.htmFriday, May 3, 13
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