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When the numerator and denominator of a fraction are multiplied by a number, its equal fraction is obtained one-half one-third one-fifth one-fourth
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Reducing fractions Writing a fraction in lowest term is called reducing the fraction. Property: The value of a fraction does not change when its numerator and denominator are both divided by the same non-zero number.
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Divide the numerator by the denominator. Writing an improper fraction as a mixed number If there is a remainder, write the remainder over the original denominator.
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Multiply the denominator of the fraction by the whole-number portion o f the mixed number. Writing a mixed number as an improper fraction Add the numerator of the fraction to that product. Write that sum over the original denominator to form the improper fraction.
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Representing proper fractions on a number line 1. Divide the distance between zero and 1 into as many parts as the denominator of the proper fraction. 2. Start from zero, and move as many parts as the numerator to the right. The end point is the image point of the proper fraction.
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Equivalent fractions Definition: Fraction wihch have same value are called equivalent fractions .
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Enlarging fractions Property: The value of a fraction does not change when its numerator and denominator are both multiplied by the same non-zero number.
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Reducing fractions Writing a fraction in lowest term is called reducing the fraction. Property: The value of a fraction does not change when its numerator and denominator are both divided by the same non-zero number.