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- 1. Making Equivalent Fractions
- 2. <ul><li>Multiply the numerator and denominator by the same number. </li></ul><ul><li>You will get a new fraction with the same value as the original fraction. </li></ul><ul><li>We are not changing the value of the fraction, because we are simply multiplying by a fraction that is equivalent to ONE . </li></ul>To Make Equivalent Fractions
- 3. 5 x 1 = 5 23 x 1 = 23 37 x 1 = 37 7 x 1 = 7 17 x 1 = 17 What do you get when you multiply a number by 1? You get that number!
- 4. All these fractions = 1 When the numerator & denominator of a fraction are the same , the fraction equals 1. 4 4 33 33 5 5 2 2 7 7
- 5. What do you get when you multiply a fraction by 1? You get AN EQUIVALENT FRACTION that makes adding & subtracting fractions possible.
- 6. x = = This fraction equals 1. These fractions represent the same amount.
- 7. x = = This fraction equals 1. These fractions represent the same amount.
- 8. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 3 x 3 x 3
- 9. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 4 x 4 x 4
- 10. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 9 x 9 x 9
- 11. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = ? We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... x 3 x 3 3
- 12. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 9 x 9 x 9
- 13. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... x 3 x 3 3
- 14. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 7 x 7 x 7
- 15. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 5 x 5 x 5
- 16. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 4 x 4 x 4
- 17. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 5 x 5 x 5
- 18. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 6 x 6 x 6
- 19. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 9 x 9 x 9
- 20. Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 6 x 6 x 6
- 21. Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 4 Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! x 4 x 4
- 22. Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 8 Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! x 8 x 8
- 23. Given the new denominator, can you find the missing numerator? = We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ... 6 Make An Equivalent Fraction Find the Missing Numerator! x 6 x 6
- 24. Make Equivalent Fractions Find the Missing Numerators! Try these on your own. A B C D = = = = 55 54 42 63 44 12 45 28
- 25. CLICK HERE to try Adding & Subtracting Fractions

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