Compound Fractions Help
Remember what a fraction is—the division of the numerator by the denominator. For example, is another way of saying “15 ÷ 3.” A compound fraction, a fraction where the numerator or denominator or both are not whole numbers, is merely a fraction division problem. For this reason this section is almost the same as the section on fraction division.
Compound Fractions Practice Problems
Practice problems for this concept can be found at: Algebra Fractions Practice Test.
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