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Subtraction of Mixed Numbers Help
Subtraction of Mixed Numbers Subtraction of mixed numbers is a little more complicated than addition of mixed numbers since it is sometimes necessary to borrow . To subtract two mixed ...
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Multiplication of Fractions Help
Multiplication of Fractions Multiplying fractions uses the principle of cancellation . Cancellation saves you from reducing the answer after multiplying. To cancel, divide any numerator and ...
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Multiplication of Mixed Numbers Help
Multiplication of Mixed Numbers Multiplying mixed numbers is similar to multiplying fractions. To multiply two or more mixed numbers, first change the mixed numbers to improper fractions and then follow the ...
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Division of Fractions Help
Division of Fractions When dividing fractions, it is necessary to use the reciprocal of a fraction. To find the reciprocal of a fraction, interchange the numerator and the denominator. For example, the reciprocal of
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Division of Mixed Numbers Help
Division of Mixed Numbers To divide mixed numbers, change them into improper fractions, invert the fraction after the division sign, and multiply . Examples
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Fractions in Word Problems Help
Fractions in Word Problems Word problems involving fractions are performed using the same procedure as those involving whole numbers. Examples Example ...
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Comparing Fractions Help
Comparing Fractions To compare two or more fractions: Step 1 Find the LCD of the fractions Step 2 Change the fractions to higher terms using the LCD . ...
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Operations with Positive and Negative Fractions Help
Operations with Positive and Negative Fractions Every fraction has three signs: the sign of the number in the numerator, the sign of the number in the denominator, and the sign in front of the fraction (called the sign of the fraction). For ...
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More Advanced Fractions Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Finding Common Denominators Help Addition of Fractions Help ...
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Changing Fractions to Decimals Help
Changing Fractions to Decimals A fraction can be converted to an equivalent decimal. For example
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