Introduction to Fractions. Have you ever wondered about fractions? What is a fraction? When do we use fractions? How do we add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions? In this program you will learn the answers to these questions and more.
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Understanding fractions will help you in many ways so let’s begin.
First, we’ll look at how fractions are written.
Understanding Fractions will help you to follow recipes when you are cooking or baking.
The bottom number of this fraction is 4. The 4 tells us how many parts to make in each whole group.
The top number tells how many parts we use, so we shade in 3 parts.
This is what you should have. Check your work.
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