How to Convert Mixed Fractions to Improper Fractions

We have already learned how to convert improper fractions to mixed fractions.  In this post, we are going to learn how to convert mixed fractions to improper fractions.  In converting mixed fractions to improper fractions, the denominator stays as it is. You only have to calculate for the numerator.  To get the numerator of the… Read More »

Answers to the Multiplying Fractions Practice Test

In the previous post, we have learned how to multiply fractions. We have learned that it is Below are the solutions and answers to the Practice Test on Multiplying Fractions.  If you have forgotten the methods of calculation, you can read How to Multiply Fractions. The methods shown in some of the solutions below is… Read More »

Practice Test on Multiplying Fractions

In the previous post, we have learned how to multiply fractions. We have learned that it is the easiest operation on fractions. To multiply fraction, we just have to multiply the numerators and then the denominators. That is a fraction multiplied by is equal to . Practice Test on Multiplying Fractions Below are the exercises… Read More »

How to Multiply Fractions

Among the four fundamental operations on fractions, multiplication is the easiest. It is just simple. Multiply the numerator and then the denominator. Of course, if the given fractions can be converted to lowest terms, the easier the multiplication will be. In this post, we are going to learn how to multiply fractions. You must master… Read More »

Answers to Practice Test on Converting Improper Fraction to Mixed Number

This is the complete solutions and answers to the Practice Test on Converting Improper Fraction to Mixed Number. As illustrated in the image below, the quotient in the division becomes the whole number in the mixed fraction, the remainder in the division becomes the numerator of the fraction part of mixed fraction, and the denominator… Read More »

How to Convert Improper Fractions to Mixed Forms

In Introduction to Functions, we have learned about proper and improper fractions. A fraction whose numerator (the number above the fraction bar) is less than its denominator (the number below the fraction bar) is called a proper fraction. Therefore, , and are proper fractions. On the other hand,  a fraction whose numerator is greater than its… Read More »

Solution to the Exercises on Reducing Fractions to Lowest Terms

Below are the complete solutions and answers to the exercises on reducing fractions to lowest terms. I will not give any tips or methods of shortcuts on doing this because teaching you shortcuts will give you problems in case you forget them. The best thing that you can do is to solve as many related… Read More »

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