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Fraction Practice

Practice with fraction terms

Numerator The number above or to the left of the fraction bar. 3/10
Denominator The number below or to the rifght of the fraction bar 3/10. The denominator names the number of parts in the whole.
Whole The entire piece. For example a whole pizza.
Unit Fraction When a whole number is divided into equal parts, the unit fraction has a 1 as its numerator and names one of those equal parts.
Improper Fraction A fraction that is equal or greater than 1. (Numerator is the same or larger then teh denominator)
Mixed Number A number that contains a whole number and a fraction.
Equivalent fraction A fraction that is equal to another fraction. Equivalent fractions are found by multiplying or dividing the numerator and denominator by the SAME number.
Created by: fawcett