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Title: Fractions Review:

1
Fractions Review
• Part I

2
How to use this study guide
• Each slide has directions or a question on it.
• Answer the question, using scratch paper if you
need it.
• Click the mouse to either view the answer on the
same slide, or to advance to the next slide for
• Take note of what you didnt do so well on so you
know what to focus your studying on.
• GOOD LUCK!

3
Section 1 Do You Know Vo(cab)?Answer each
question, then click the mouse for the correct
answer. There are 4 questions on this slide.
• The top number in a fraction is called the
__________?
• numerator
• A(n) _______ is made up of a whole number and a
fraction.
• mixed number
• A(a) __________ has a larger numerator than
denominator.
• improper fraction
• The ________ is the biggest same factor between 2
numbers.
• GCF or greatest common factor

4
Section 2 Equivalent Fractions
• Use either of the 2 operations discussed in class
to find 2 equivalent fractions for each given
fraction.
• Only some answers, not all, will be provided.
• There are 2 questions on the following slide, 1
on each side.

5
Find equivalent fractions.
• 2
• 3
• 6 12 18
• 6
• 12
• 2 6 4

6
Section 3Fractions to Decimals
• Use your scratch paper to find the decimal
equivalent for each of the given fractions.

7
Fractions to Decimals
• 1
• 10
• 4
• 9
• 4
• 5
• 11
• 13

8
Section 4Mixed Numbers andImproper Fractions
• Change the mixed numbers to improper fractions
and the improper fractions to mixed numbers.

9
Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers
• (Write as a mixed number, then turn into imp.
frac.)
• Six and two-thirds
• 3
• Eight and seven-ninths
• 9
• (Turn into mixed numbers.)
• 49
• 9
• 38
• 4
• Answer Nine and two- fourths or Nine and
one-half

10
Section 5 GCF
• Find the GCF for each pair of numbers.

11
Greatest Common Factor
• 25 and 36