**Fractions**

Starter

Simplify the following fractions

10/50

12/78

63/315

13/78

16/72

1/5

2/13

1/5

1/6

2/9

Refresh fraction knowledge including...

Adding and subtracting fractions

Multiplying and dividing fractions

Learning objectives

Two parts to a fraction

Numerator

Denominator

**3**

5

5

Multiplying fractions

Multiply means "of"

e.g. 10 OF 3 = 30

So what is 1/2 x 2?

So what is 1/2 x 1/2?

Dividing fractions

Dividing means "in"

There are 20 halves in 10

So what is 5 1/2?

So what is 8 1/3?

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This is the same as turning the fraction upside down and multiplying, which is MUCH easier to do!

To multiply fractions we multiply the top by the top (numerators)

and the bottom by the bottom (denominators)

1 1 1

2 2 4

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**Adding and subtracting fractions**

Can only be done

if the denominators

are the same!

You can change all fractions to have the same denominator by finding the lowest common multiple of the denominators

**Task:**

Start on page 89 of your text book, Exercise 5.1S

Start on page 89 of your text book, Exercise 5.1S

Using single multipliers

Converting fractions, decimals and percentages

Converting between fractions, decimals and percentages

How do we convert between decimals and percentages?

How do we convert between fractions and decimals?

How about between percentages and fractions?