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Fractions & operations

Any number that can be written as a repeating or terminating decimal. rational number
The number being considered out of the whole. It is on the top when written in division form. numerator
The total number being used to compare. It is on the bottom when written in division form. denominator
A number that has a whole number part and a fraction part. mixed number
A fraction whose numerator is greater than or equal to its denominator. improper fraction
• You must first have a common denominator • Perform the operation on the numerator • Keep the denominator the same adding & subtracting fractions
• You do not need common denominators • Multiply the numerators • Multiply the denominators • Reduce when possible multiplying fractions
• Keep the first fraction the same • Change the sign to multiply • Take the reciprocal of the 2nd fraction • Multiply as normal dividing fractions
a common multiple of the denominators common denominator
a fraction flipped over reciprocal
Created by: CSM4356