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Complex Fractions
Common Core: 6.NS.1

Complex Fractions

 
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Author: ChristinaPease
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A complex fraction includes a fraction within either the numerator, denominator, or both. In this tutorial, you will learn how to rewrite complex fractions as a division problem and gain extra practice with dividing fractions by using the reciprocal to evaluate complex fractions. Concepts such as learning how to multiply by the inverse, multiply by the reciprocal and dividing fractions are covered in this tutorial as well.

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    Ella Minnich 14 days ago

    Wow!!! this is amazing when i first saw these problems i was SOOO confused but now it all makes sense!

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    zaddie neja 5 months ago

    so,say if you switch it around wound the answer to the fraction be the same?

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    • zaddie neja answered 5 months ago

      ummm

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    Florez Florez almost 2 years ago

    I need help with percents.

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      Christy Nane answered about 1 year ago

      Um Florez Do You Get It Now

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    Eryn Connell almost 2 years ago

    I get it now!!!

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    Linda Davidson-Poplees about 2 years ago

    great example

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    Matthew McCabe about 2 years ago

    you really helped me learn how to do fractions better

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