**How Do You Simplify Improper Fractions** – Introduction and Analysis of Fractions. Simplifying Fractions Divide the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) by the same number Repeat as necessary 12 ÷

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## How Do You Simplify Improper Fractions

2 Simplifying Fractions Divide the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) by the same number Repeat as necessary 12 ÷ 2 = 6 ÷ 3 = 2 18 ÷ 2 9 ÷ 3 3or 12 ÷ 6 = 2 18 ÷ 6 3

#### Fractions Introduction And Review. Simplifying Fractions Divide The Numerator (top) And Denominator (bottom) By The Same Number Repeat, As Needed 12 ÷

4 Equivalent Fractions Multiply OR Divide the numerator and denominator by the same number There are several equivalent fractions for each given fraction 4 2 = 8 4 3 = 12 5 2 10 5 3 15 4 11 = 44 4 20 = 80 5 5 11

5 Equivalent fractions Find two equivalent fractions for each fraction shown: 1) 10 = = 2) 20 = = _____ 11 40 3) 3 = ____ = ____4) 9 = _____ = _____ 8 18

6 Improper fractions The numerator is greater than the denominator It is always possible to simplify or find equivalent fractions: 8 ÷ 2 = 4 8 3 = 24 6 ÷ 2 3 6 3 18 Sometimes it is better to leave the improper fraction as and it is ; sometimes it needs to be replaced with a mixed number

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### Simplifying Fractions And Improper Fractions [easy Guide + Examples]

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## How To Simplify An Improper Fraction: 12 Steps (with Pictures)

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### Mixed And Improper Fractions Worksheet

To turn an improper fraction into a mixed number, simply divide the numerator by the denominator. For example, if your improper fraction is 15/4, divide 15 by 4 to get 3.75. Remember to write your answer in mixed number format, using the original denominator for the fraction. So in this case, your improper fraction is the mixed number 3¾. To learn how to turn an improper fraction into a mixed number without using division, scroll down! Must Do (8/16): Solve. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. 12 13 + 5 13 = Challenge!

Topic presentation: “You must do (8/16): Solve. Leave your answer as an improper fraction. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and round. 12 13 + 5 13 = Challenge!”— Transcript of the presentation :

1 To do (8/16): Solve. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. = Challenge! = − 1 3 ∙ 5 8 =

#### Mixed Numbers, Proper And Improper Fractions Explained

2 8th Grade Test Topics I can add and subtract positive and negative numbers. I can multiply and divide positive and negative numbers I can add and subtract fractions. I can multiply fractions I can divide fractions. I can solve problems with absolute value. I understand division by zero. I can convert between fractions and decimals. I can convert between percentages and decimals. I can solve problems with the order of operations. I can determine the perimeter of a square, rectangle and triangle. I can determine the area of a square, rectangle and triangle. I can determine the volume of a cube and a rectangular prism. I can determine the volume of a pyramid and a sphere. I can use the distributive property to simplify algebraic expressions with one variable.

3 To do (8/18): Solve. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. ÷ 5 13 = Challenge! = ∙ 1 4 =

4 Due (8/18): (7th grade) Solve. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. ÷ 5 13 = Challenge! − 2 3 = ∙ 1 4 =

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5 Exit Tickets (8/16): Resolved. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. 8 9 − 3 4 =

6 To do (8/17): Solve. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. 2 7 − = Challenge! 1 12 ∙ 6 7 = − 1 3 ÷ 5 8 =

7 Exit Tickets (8/17): Resolved. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. 8 9 − 3 4 =

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8 To do (8/22): Solve. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. ∙7− 1 3 = Challenge! = − =

9 To do (8/23): Solve. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. − − 1 9 = Challenge! 3. −5−−7∙ 4−( 4 2 −7) 2. −4− ∙7+7=

10 Exit Tickets (8/23): Solved. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. ÷ 4 5 =

### How To Turn An Improper Fraction Into A Mixed Number: 11 Steps

11 Must dos (8/24): Convert any number to a percent, decimal or fraction. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. 8%= 5 36 = Challenge! =

12 Must do (8/24): 7th grade Solve. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. 1 6 − 9 11 = Challenge! = − 1 2 ÷ 3 8 =

13 Must dos (8/25): Convert any number to a percent, decimal or fraction. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. 99% = Solved. Leave it as an improper fraction: 4− − = 1 9 =

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14 Must do (8/25): 7th grade Solve. Leave your answer as an invalid part. Do not use a calculator. Simplify all final answers and searches. 1 6 − = − =

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