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# Final Fraction Power Point

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• 1. A Addition –When you add fractions with like denominators, you add the numerators together and keep the denominator the same.
• 2. B Benchmark Fractions - Fractions that are commonly used for estimation .
• 3. Compare – To see how two or more things are different C
• 4. Denominator - The number below the fraction bar. The denominator tells the total number of equal parts. 1 5 - denominator D
• 5. E Equivalent fractions – Fractions that name the same region, part of a set, or part of a segment.
• 6. F Fractions - A fraction is a symbol such as,2/3, 5/1, Or, used to name a part of a whole, a part Of a set, a location on a number line, Or a division of whole numbers.
• 7. G Greater than – More than the other. One half is greater than two twelths.
• 8. Half - one of two equal parts H
• 9. Improper Fraction - A fraction in witch the numerator is greater than the denominator 7 2 (3 1 ) 2 I
• 10. . J June and July – Two out of twelve months in a year.
• 11. K Kilometer - A metric unit of length is 1000 meters 1 Meter is 1/1000 of a kilometer
• 12. L Lowest terms – A fraction in which the numerator and the denominator have no common factors other than 1.
• 13. Mixed Number - A whole and a part of a whole M
• 14. N Numerator - The number above the fraction bar in a fraction. How many are shaded or left. 1 - numerator 4
• 15. Order - Putting fractions in order from smallest to largest or largest to smallest. 1/2 > 1/3 > 1/4 > 1/5 > 1/6 > 1/8 > 1/10 > 1/12 O 1/2 > 1/3 > 1/4 > 1/5 > 1/6 > 1/8 > 1/10 > 1/12
• 16. Q Quarter - A quarter is ¼, of a dollar
• 17. Reduce - to put a fraction in lowest terms, you have to identify the greatest common factor and divide both the numerator & denominator by the G.C.F. to reduce the fraction to lowest terms. R
• 18. S Sixths - 1/6 of the pizza is gone.
• 19. Third - 1 third of a whole T
• 20. Under –The denominator is under the numerator and tells how many to use. U
• 21. V Variable – A symbol or letter that stands for a number.
• 22. W Whole - When the numerator and the denominator are the s a m e . 8, 5, 3, 12 8 5 3 12
• 23. X – Twenty four out of twenty six x
• 24. Y Yellow hexagon - if the yellow hexagon represents 1 whole then a green triangle represents 1/6.
• 25. Z Zero - When nothing out of the denominator is shaded or left. 0, 0, 0, 0 8 5 3 12