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Dividing Fractions

TermDefinition
Divide splitting a quantity into smaller, equal groups.
Denominator the number written below the line in a fraction. It tells how many parts there are in the whole.
Whole Number any counting number, but no fractions or decimals.
Numerator the top number in a fraction. It tells how many parts of the whole there are.
Algorithm a process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations.
Inverse Operation the operation that reverses the effect of another operation.
Reciprocal what to multiply a value by to get 1 - if you flip the numerator and denominator you get the reciprocal.
Invert to turn upside down.
Simplify to write something in its shortest and simplest form.
Created by: ahighland