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Math Grade 4. Mrs. Ennis Adding and Subtracting Fractions Part 2 Lesson Twenty-Three. 451 + X + 127 = 891 87,004 – 25,987 = 7 x R = 56 32 ÷ 4 = What is the product of 3 and 5? (>, <, =) 5ft. _________2 yards. 7. What is the area (length x width) of this figure?

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Mrs. Ennis

Adding and Subtracting Fractions Part 2

Lesson Twenty-Three

451 + X + 127 = 891

87,004 – 25,987 =

7 x R = 56

32 ÷ 4 =

What is the product of 3 and 5?

(>, <, =) 5ft. _________2 yards

7. What is the area (length x width) of this figure?

8. What is 200 more than 8,956?

9. It takes Nancy 15 minutes to walk a mile. How many miles would she walk in 1½ hours?

1m

1m

10m

6m

10. Larry reads an average of 20 pages an hour. How many hours will it take him to read a book with 160 pages?

### Vocabulary

A proper fraction has a numerator that is less than its denominator.

An improper fraction has a numerator that is more than or equal to its denominator.

A mixed number shows the sum of a whole number and a proper fraction.

### Examples

ImproperFractions

Proper Fractions

5

7

12

9

8

9

10

3

Mixed Numbers

3

17

8

3

20

5

### Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions

15

15

15

is an improper fraction.

4

4

4

3

3

4

For example,

We can write improper fractions as mixed numbers.

can be shown as

=

### Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions

1

3

4

3

1

Improper Fraction

Mixed Number

### Improper Fractions

9

4

2

1

4

Improper Fractions

2

3

8

3

2

15

4

3

3

4

### Writing Mixed Numbers as Improper Fractions

• Multiply the denominator of the fraction by the whole number.

• Add the product to the numerator.

• The resulting sum is the numerator of the improper fraction.

• The denominator remains the same.

### Example

2

14

4

3

3

Denominator stays the same.

4 X 3

+ 2 = 14

### Example

4

19

3

5

5

Denominator stays the same.

3 X 5

+ 4 = 19

### Example

1

5

2

2

2

Denominator stays the same.

2 X 2

+ 1 = 5

### Example

4

34

6

5

5

Denominator stays the same.

6 X 5

+ 4 = 34

### Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers

+

+

+

+

=

1

1

1

1

8

5

8

8

8

5

=

+

+

+

+

8

8

8

8

8

8

37

37

=

8

8

4

4

5

8

Convert to a mixed number.

### Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers

+

+

+

+

=

1

1

1

1

3

3

3

3

2

2

=

+

+

+

+

3

3

3

3

3

3

14

14

=

3

3

4

4

2

3

Convert to a mixed number.

### Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers

+

+

+

=

1

1

1

5

5

3

5

3

=

+

+

+

5

5

5

5

5

18

18

=

5

5

3

3

5

Convert to a mixed number.

### Writing Improper Fractions as Mixed Numbers

• If you have an improper fraction, you can divide the denominator into the numerator.

• The quotient becomes the whole number part of the mixed number.

• The remainder is the numerator of the fraction.

• The divisor is the denominator of the fraction.

13

2

whole number

5

5

13

10

3

numerator

denominator

3

2

5

=

23

5

whole number

4

4

23

20

3

numerator

denominator

3

5

4

=

19

9

whole number

2

2

19

18

1

numerator

denominator

1

9

2

=

36

6

whole number

6

6

36

36

0

numerator

denominator

6

=

### Let’s try it!

1

3

Change each improper fraction into a mixed numeral.

1

=

4

3

1

2

1

6

4

2

4

1

=

=

2

3

1

14

8

6

8

1

=

=

### Let’s try it!

3

=

Change each improper fraction into a mixed numeral.

21

7

17

3

2

3

5

=

1

5

3

32

10

2

10

3

=

=

17

5

2

5

=

3

Change each mixed numeral into an improper fraction.

21

8

5

8

=

2

4

5

=

3

19

5

56

9

2

9

=

6

Change each mixed numeral into an improper fraction.

33

7

5

7

=

4

2

5

=

8

42

5

### Adding Mixed Numerals with Like Denominators

with fractions and whole numbers lining up.

2

7

2. Make sure your fractions have the same denominator.

6

5. Make sure any fractions are in simplest form.

3

7

4

+

10

5

7

with fractions and whole numbers lining up.

6

9

2. Make sure your fractions have the same denominator.

3

5. Make sure any fractions are in simplest form.

1

9

5

+

8

7

9

with fractions and whole numbers lining up.

6

10

2. Make sure your fractions have the same denominator.

4

5. Make sure any fractions are in simplest form.

2

10

5

+

9

8

10

4

5

=

with fractions and whole numbers lining up.

4

10

2. Make sure your fractions have the same denominator.

5

5. Make sure any fractions are in simplest form.

6

10

2

+

7

1

=8

10

10

+

=

2

9

3

9

11

9

=1

6

8

9

4

=11

2

9

+

10 + 1

2

9

10

11

9

2

9

=11

2

4

3

4

6

4

=1

7

3

4

4

=12

1

2

+

11 + 1

1

2

11

6

4

1

2

=12

2

5

=1

5

5

2

3

5

5

= 8

+

7 + 1

7

5

5

= 8

Subtracting Mixed Numerals with Like Denominators

SubtractingMixed Numbers

with fractions and whole numbers lining up.

5. Make sure any fractions are in simplest form.

3. Determine whether you need to make improper fractions.

5

7

2. Make sure your fractions have the same denominator.

6

_

3

7

4

2

2

7

SubtractingingMixed Numbers

5. Make sure any fractions are in simplest form.

3. Determine whether you need to make improper fractions.

with fractions and whole numbers lining up.

6

9

2. Make sure your fractions have the same denominator.

8

3

9

1

3

=

_

3

9

2

6

6

3

9

1

3

SubtractingMixed Numbers

4

7

5. Make sure any fractions are in simplest form.

with fractions and whole numbers lining up.

6

46

7

3. Determine whether you need convert mixed numerals to improper fractions.

2. Make sure your fractions have the same denominator.

=

_

6

7

3

27

7

=

19

7

5

7

2

=

SubtractingMixed Numbers

3

9

5. Make sure any fractions are in simplest form.

with fractions and whole numbers lining up.

8

75

9

3. Determine whether you need convert mixed numerals to improper fractions.

2. Make sure your fractions have the same denominator.

=

_

5

9

1

14

9

=

61

9

7

9

6

=

SubtractingMixed Numbers

3

8

5. Make sure any fractions are in simplest form.

with fractions and whole numbers lining up.

3

27

8

3. Determine whether you need convert mixed numerals to improper fractions.

2. Make sure your fractions have the same denominator.

=

_

5

8

5

8

=

3

4

22

8

6

8

2

2

=

SubtractingMixed Numbers

1

4

5. Make sure any fractions are in simplest form.

with fractions and whole numbers lining up.

5

21

4

3. Determine whether you need convert mixed numerals to improper fractions.

2. Make sure your fractions have the same denominator.

=

_

3

4

3

15

4

=

6

4

2

4

1

2

1

=

### Online Practice

http://www.aaamath.com/fra66ex2.htm

### Math Fun:

Sharon has fewer than 20 coins. When she puts them in piles of 5, she has 1 left over. When she puts them in piles of 3, she also has 1 left over. How many coins does Sharon have?

Sharon has 16 coins.

5+5+5+1 = 16

3+3+3+3+3+1 + 16

Sylvia has 39 coins.

6+6+6+6+6+6+3 = 39

5+5+5+5+5+5+5+4 = 39

### Math Fun:

Sylvia has fewer than 40 coins but more than 10. If she puts them in piles of 6, she has 3 left over. If she puts them in piles of 5, she has 4 left over. How many coins does Sylvia have?

Resources:

### http://mathlearnnc.sharpschool.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_4507209/File/Instructional%20Resources/G4WW1-4.pdf

• http://www.aaamath.com/fra66ex2.htm

• http://www.mrhammond.org/math/mathlessons/