Comparing fractions (common denominators)
- First step: find a number to multiply with to be able to get the same denominator
- Second step: multiply the numerator with the same number you multiplied with your denominator
- Third step: add or subtract the top to get your final answer
Order fractions from least to greatest
- First step: change the fractions to decimal form
- Second step: look at which decimal is greater or smaller
- Third place: place them in order ( BE CAREFUL WITH NEGATIVES )
Change a mixed fractions to an improper fraction
- First step: get your denominator and multiply with the whole number
- Second step: once you have multiplied, add the rest with your numerator
- Third step: once you get your improper fraction, check to see if you need to reduce it
- Fourth step: if you need to reduce, divide the numerator and denominator to the lowest term
Change an improper fraction to a mixed fraction
- First step: you ask how many times the denominator can go into the numerator
- Second step: in the example below the first one shows you the 3 goes into 10 three times then you add the remainder to the numerator which is 1
- third step: if there was a negative number, you add the negative to the whole number
Add and subtract fractions
- First step: if you already have the same denominator then you just need to add both of the numerators.
- Second step: if you do not, find a common multiple and multiply the top as well.
- Third step: you would do the same thing for subtracting
- Fourth step: simplify by dividing both denominator and numerator to the lowest term.
- First step: it isn’t very difficult because all you need to do is multiply straight ahead
- Second step: when you get the sum, simplify to get the final sum
- First step: when you get a division question all you have to do is flip the fraction
- Second step: once you flip one of the fractions, multiply to get the sun
- Third step: once you get your sum, simply if needed.
Apply the order of operations
- First step: all you really have to think about is BEDMAS
- Second step: Simplify if needed.
For my fractions project, I chose the communication Competencies because it shows my interaction with the knowledge that I have and the skills aswell. My communication Competencies shows my strengths and growth by showing how to solve and how to figure out different ways to solve questions.