This packet includes 5 pages of rules and 5 pages of coordinating practice problems for each of these concepts related to Fractions and Mixed Numbers:
Add and Subtract with same denominator
Add and Subtract with different denominators
Each rule includes steps and examples to show how to do each operation.
For mixed numbers, 2 methods are shown for adding and subtracting:
* Adding mixed numbers using improper fractions and
* Adding the whole numbers and the fractions separately (borrowing is shown for subtracting)
When getting common denominators, some examples include a list of multiples and another shows prime factorization.
An answer sheet is also provided.
*** M o r e F r a c t i o n P r o d u c t s ***
~ L e a r n i n g
Number Theory: Simplifying Fractions – Greatest Common Factor and Prime Factors
Instructions, examples, and practice problems to cover the concepts of: GCF, divisibility rules, prime factor trees, dividing out common factors using GCF or prime factors, finding GCF using prime factors.
Fractions/Mixed Numbers: Simplify, Multiply, Divide, Add, Subtract
Instructions, examples, and practice problems for simplifying, multiplying, dividing, adding, and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers.
~ P r a c t i c e a n d R e v i e w
Fraction Review of Factors, Multiples, Prime Factors, GCF
Students often confuse Factors and Multiples, and Least Common Multiple with Greatest Common Factor. This worksheet packet was created to help them distinguish between and remember the terms!
Fractions/Mixed Numbers: Rules and Practice
by Dawn Designs
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