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Fractions Vocabulary

Numerator tells how many parts are SELECTED
Demoninator tells how many TOTAL parts in each whole
Proper or Common Fraction the numerator is smaller than the denominator Example: 2/3
Improper Fraction the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator Example: 12/7
Mixed Number contains a whole number AND a common fraction
Simplifying Fractions reducing a fraction to the smallest possible equivalent fraction. Example: 6/12 is the same as 1/2
Greatest Common Factor the biggest factor that the numerator and denominator have in common.
Equivalent Fractions two fractions that mean the same amount Example: 3/6 and 7/14
Changing Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions Step 1: multiply the denominator and the whole number. Step 2: add the numerator to your answer (this is your new numerator). Step 3: place your new numerator over your old denominator.
Created by: PRESgrade5