You're about to create your best presentation ever

Worksheet Presentation Template

Create your presentation by reusing one of our great community templates.

worksheet

Transcript: Quiz simplify = Subtracting fractions are pretty much the same as adding them but at the end instead of adding you subtract the numerators. more questions: Dividing the denominator by the numerator. For example: 23/20, 20 goes into 23 once so it would be 1 and since the remainder is 3 the mixed fraction would be 1 and 3/20. To turn multiples into improper fractions you : First multiply the whole number by the denominator Then you add the rest to the product of the whole number and denominator and that's all! = fractions helper + questions Now you've got it! Improper fractions are fractions that are higher than 1. For example 23/20. You can make it into a mixed fraction by.......... + subtracting 1 3/5 + 2 3/9= 7/8-3/9= 4/2 +7/10= 6 1/9+ 3 28/9= 2 4/5 - 14/5= 3 6/8 + 1 2/10= 1 1/2 + 2 3/4= 3 8/14+ 8 6/2= 3 5/8 + 1 9/10= 5 8/1 + 1/ 21/11= 4 7/4 + 2 4/6= 4 6/3 + 7 4/9 = FiFEfyeg Final/Last Test 8/3 +7/2= 9/21 + 7/10= 3/6-4/10= 7/11-2/22= 3/8 +2/5= 2 3/9 + 4 7/12= 5/2 -3/2= 9/10 + 4/6= Improper and mixed fractions continued to next bubble + 3/4 - 6/12= 6/9 -1/3= 6/7- 5/7= 8/16-2/16= 2/9-1/18= 1/2- 18/36= worksheet By Halle Chen Great Job!!!!!:) You Finished! How to add fractions + = You first see if you can make it the two fractions have the same denominator. You can do this by finding a common multiple . For example three quarters + 6 eighths -- you find the smallest common multiple which is 8. 8 times 1 is 8 so 6 times 1 is 6 so it would be 6/8 and 4 times 2 is 8 so 3 times 2 is 6 so it would be 6/8 +6/8 which equals ........... 12/8. Never ever add the denominators together! =

Worksheet

Transcript: Dunstan Enlists in World War I Love of Mrs. Dempster Boy is Dissatisfied with his Life Boy Denies his Guilt (1968) "I was also to keep an eye on the baby, for my mother could not rid herself of a dread that Mrs. Dempster would allow it to ... come to grief"(Davies 21). "'Would this jog your memory?' I asked, handing him my old paperweight. 'Why would it? An ordinary bit of stone'"(Davies 254). "I've done just about everything I've ever planned to do ... sometimes I wish I could get into a car and drive away from the whole damned thing"(Davies 232). "I had enough money for a railway ticket, and the next day I ... enlisted."(Davies 58). "I saw ... a statue of the Virgin and Child ... what hit me worse than the blow of shrapnel was that the face was Mrs Dempster's face" (Davies 70). Taking Care of Paul Mrs. Dempster Becomes 'Simple' Dunstan sees the Statue of the Virgin and Child Percy Denies his Guilt "As soon as I saw them I knew that fate meant them for me. By studying them I should become a conjurer"(Davies 27). Dunstan Learns about Himself from Liesl "Come on out, Mary! We want it!" ( Davies 44-45) "'The baby came too soon, ... and you know why,' I said. 'No I don't.' 'Yes you do. You threw that snowball'"(Davies 16). Ridicule of Mrs. Dempster Dunstan's Interest in Magic "My real name is Magnus Eisengrim ... I always thought of you as the rich young ruler" (Davies 249). "And you must have Fifth business because he is the one who knows the secret of the hero's birth" (Davies 218). "Looking back on it now, I know I was in love with Mrs. Dempster" (Davies 24). Eisengrim meets Boy "And thus the opinion grew that Mrs. Dempster was simple"(Davies 21).

Now you can make any subject more engaging and memorable