2022-08-27 09:00:03

- 1.How do you explain equivalent fractions?
- 2.What fraction is 2/3 equivalent to?
- 3.What is the equivalent of 8 12?
- 4.What are some fractions that equal 1?
- 5.How do you find equivalent?
- 6.How do I make equivalent fractions?
- 7.How do you add equivalent fractions?
- 8.How do you explain adding fractions to children?
- 9.How do you add fractions with mixed numbers?
- 10.How do you add and subtract equivalent fractions?

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I want you to take a note the rule is equivalent fractions can only be made by multiplying orMoreI want you to take a note the rule is equivalent fractions can only be made by multiplying or dividing. And whatever I do to the numerator. The top number I've got to do to the denominator.

Fractions equivalent to 2/3: 4/6, 6/9, 8/12, 10/15 and so on … Fractions equivalent to 1/4: 2/8, 3/12, 4/16, 5/20 and so on ... Fractions equivalent to 2/4: 4/8, 6/12, 8/16, 10/20 and so on ... Fractions equivalent to 3/4: 6/8, 9/12, 12/16, 15/20 and so on ...

2/3

2/3 = 2×4 / 3×4 = 8/12 which is an equivalent fraction of 2/3.

We also know that when you have the same numerator and denominator in a fraction, it always equals 1. For example: So as long as we multiply or divide both the top and the bottom of a fraction by the same number, it's just the same as multiplying or dividing by 1 and we won't change the value of the fraction.

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And let's change it into an equivalent fraction by multiplying the top and the bottom by the number.MoreAnd let's change it into an equivalent fraction by multiplying the top and the bottom by the number. Three we have to multiply the top and the bottom by the same exact.

To find equivalent fractions, we multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same number, so we need to multiply the denominator of 7 by a number that will give us 21. Since 3 multiplied by 7 gives us 21, we can find an equivalent fraction by multiplying both the numerator and denominator by 3.

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3 times 5 to get 15. So we have to do the exact same thing to the top 1 times 5 would be five. NowMore3 times 5 to get 15. So we have to do the exact same thing to the top 1 times 5 would be five. Now we've created equivalent fractions rather than say one-fifth. 3 15's means the exact same thing.

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In this case it's number 8 and we add the numerators. That is 2 plus 3 which equals 5 this resultMoreIn this case it's number 8 and we add the numerators. That is 2 plus 3 which equals 5 this result number 5 will be the numerator. The result is 5 over 8.

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We need to get common denominators. So I'm going to multiply. The second fraction by 3 over 3 andMoreWe need to get common denominators. So I'm going to multiply. The second fraction by 3 over 3 and the first one by 5 over 5 because this will give me a common denominator of 15.

Fraction addition: Add the numerators and place the sum over the common denominator. If the fractions have different denominators, first convert them to equivalent forms with the LCD. Fraction subtraction: Subtract the numerators and place the difference over the common denominator.