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- 1. Fractions By iTutor.com T- 1-855-694-8886 Email- info@iTutor.com
- 2. Fractions A fraction is a number that names an equal part of a whole. A number in the form Numerator Denominator 1 3 1 3
- 3. What are FRACTIONS? Fractions are a part of the whole We use fractions all the time. Have you ever used a steel tape or a ruler? Inches are divided into parts Have you ever used a measuring cup? Cups are divided into parts
- 4. Let’s draw a rectangle, and divide it in two equal parts... The red part of the rectangle represents a fraction… 1/2 (one half)
- 5. Parts of fractions Numerator The number above the bar in a fraction. It tells how many of the equal parts of the whole or group are being considered. Denominator The number below the bar in a fraction. It tells the total number of equal parts. Numerator 1 3 One third Denominator
- 6. 1 part shaded 3 parts shaded 2 equal parts 1 2 5 equal parts Shaded parts Equal parts in a whole 3 5
- 7. Types of fractions Proper fractions – the top number (numerator) is SMALLER than the bottom number (denominator). Improper fractions – the top number is LARGER than the bottom number. Mixed numbers – a whole number and a fraction. 1 2 3 2 3 2 2
- 8. Fractions The denominator can never be equal to 0. 12 = Does not exist! 0 • A fraction with a numerator of 0 equals 0. 0 3 0 0 0 312
- 9. Call us for more Information: 1-855-694-8886 Visit www.iTutor.com The End

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