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Fractions Review:. Part I. How to use this study guide:. Each slide has directions or a question on it. Answer the question, using scratch paper if you need it. Click the mouse to either view the answer on the same slide, or to advance to the next slide for the answer.

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### Fractions Review:

Part I

• Each slide has directions or a question on it.

• Answer the question, using scratch paper if you need it.

• Click the mouse to either view the answer on the same slide, or to advance to the next slide for the answer.

• Take note of what you didn’t do so well on so you know what to focus your studying on.

• GOOD LUCK!

Section 1: Do You Know Vo(cab)?Answer each question, then click the mouse for the correct answer. There are 4 questions on this slide.

• The top number in a fraction is called the __________?

• numerator

• A(n) _______ is made up of a whole number and a fraction.

• mixed number

• A(a) __________ has a larger numerator than denominator.

• improper fraction

• The ________ is the biggest same factor between 2 numbers.

• GCF or greatest common factor

Section 2: Equivalent Fractions

Use either of the 2 operations discussed in class to find 2 equivalent fractions for each given fraction.

*Only some answers, not all, will be provided.

*There are 2 questions on the following slide, 1 on each side.

• 2

3

6 12 18

• 6

12

2 6 4

Section 3:Fractions to Decimals

Use your scratch paper to find the decimal equivalent for each of the given fractions.

• 1

10

• 4

9

• 4

5

• 11

13

Section 4:Mixed Numbers andImproper Fractions

Change the mixed numbers to improper fractions and the improper fractions to mixed numbers.

(Write as a mixed number, then turn into imp. frac.)

• “Six and two-thirds”

3

• “Eight and seven-ninths”

9

• (Turn into mixed numbers.)

• 49

9

• 38

4

Answer: “Nine and two- fourths” or “Nine and one-half”

Find the GCF for each pair of numbers.

25 and 36