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In a fraction, the number over the line is called the numerator and the one below the line is called the denominator. Here are some examples: X/C, B/C, and P/C. How can we tell they are all European fractions? Because the numerators are all over C's. # Visual Fractions Worksheets = free = members only Basic Visual Fractions Lesson
Demonstrates how a visual fractions is related to a numeric fraction. Includes practice problems.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Intermediate Lesson
Shows write fraction illustrations as improper fractions.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Independent Practice 1
Students determine how much of a shape is shaded and they create fractions. The answers can be found below.
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20 problems that review all skills within the unit. The answer key is below.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Visual Fractions Homework
12 problems to reinforce the lessons and practice pages. An example is provided.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Visual Fractions Quiz
10 problems that test Visual Fractions skills. Scoring matrix.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Answers for the homework and quiz. View answers Answers for both lessons and both practice sheets. View answers How we use fractions everyday and don't even realize it.
Yes, we use fractions in one way or another in everyday life even though we may not completely realize it. View Math Article What are similarities and differences between fractions and ratios?
If you completely understand the concept of a ratio, you will see how far off you are. This tip serves as a quick tutorial on the subject of ratios and fractions. View Math Article  