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- 1. How do you find an equivalent fraction?
- 2. In this lesson you will learn howto find equivalent fractions by using the identity principle.
- 3. A common mistake is…Thinking that fractions are equivalentbecause they have the same numerator.
- 4. Let’s ReviewFractions that look different can beequivalent (have the same value)
- 5. The Identity PrincipleIf you multiply or divide any number by 1, you get the same number.3x1=3 3_1=3
- 6. This also works for fractions.
- 7. 1 can also be a fraction. When the numeratorand denominator are the same, the fractionequals 1. =1 =1 =1
- 8. What if we multiplied or divided a fractionby a fraction that equaled one?
- 9. In this lesson you learned howto find equivalent fractions by using the identity principle.

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