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Common Denominator Denominators that are the same
Denominator tells the number of equal parts in the “whole”; is the number used to divide into the numerator
Equivalent Fractions fractions that name the same amount of a whole but with different numerators and denominators
Fraction part of a whole
Greatest Common Factor (GCF) the largest factor that the numerator and denominator have in common
Improper Fraction a fraction with a numerator greater than or equal to its denominator
Least Common Denominator (LCD) the smallest common multiple of the denominators
Least Common Multiple the smallest multiple of two fractions’ denominators.
Mixed Number a whole number and a fraction
Numerator tells how many equal parts are being used
Simplest Form then the numerator and the denominator have no common factor other than ONE
Simplify reduce or bring the fraction to its simplest form
Unit Fraction a fraction whose numerator is always 1