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Terminology Mixed Numbers-a division and an entire number Fraction-part of a number Numerator-top number in a portion Denominator-base number in a portion Percent-of 100 Decimal-a number in view of ten Improper Fraction-a portion where the numerator is more noteworthy than the denominator

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Mixed Numbers and Simplifying Mixed Numbers are made out of an entire number and a part. 4½ is a blended number while 6/4 is an inappropriate division. 6/4 is proportionate to 1½. The best approach to improve a blended number is to first partition the denominator into the numerator. (6 ÷4 is 1.5) Then keep the entire number and put the numbers after the decimal over the number as per the decimal. (.5 is in the tenths place so put five more than ten[5/10] and improve to ½.)The most critical guideline with portions and entire numbers is to streamline!

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Adding First line the issue up vertically. At that point include the entire numbers. In the event that the denominators are diverse duplicate them to get the same denominators. Ensure you additionally increase the numerator by the same number you duplicated to the denominator. Include and improve. 2 4/7 = 2 16/28 +3 ¼ = 3 7/28 5 23/28

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Subtracting Line up the issue simply like including. At that point locate a shared factor as you do also. In the event that you so have an issue where the top division is not exactly the base part, then everything you do is utilize the procedure getting in the base number. To acquire everything you do is remove one from the entire number and add the denominator to the numerator to get the top part. 9 3/8= 8 11/8 - 6 5/8= 6 5/8 3. Subtract. 2 6/8= 2 3/4

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Multiplying is quite simple. Line the issue up on a level plane. Cross Cancel on the off chance that you can. At that point increase for your answer. At last improve. 4/5 x 7/8= 1/5 x 7/2= 7/10

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Dividing is much the same as duplicating. Compose the issue vertically. 4 3/5 ÷ 1 2/5 Multiply the entire number by the denominator and them add the numerator to the item for the profit and divisor. 23/5 ÷ 7/5 Keep, change, and flip. Change the division sign to augmentation and flip the divisor. 23/5 x 5/7 Finally increase. 23/7 Simplify for the last stride for each issue. 3 2/7

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Fractions to Percents First step in doing this procedure is to compose the portion, blended number or entire number. 7 ¾ Then change over the blended number into a decimal. 7.75 Then move the decimal more than two spots to one side. 775%

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Fractions to Decimals First keep the entire number to one side of the decimal. Separate the numerator into the denominator for the number to one side of the decimal. 4 ¾ 4 ÷3=.75 4.75 ½ 2 ÷1=.5 0.5 24 ¼ 4÷1=.25 24.25

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Percents to Decimals First make it simple for you. Take out the rate sign (%). At that point essentially move the decimal more than two spots to one side. You may here and there need to incorporate a zero. 77%= .77 64%= .64 2%= .02 724%= 7.24

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