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In this m odule, you can learn how to tell if fractions are equal to each other.
The video above contains an illustrated explanation of equivalent fractions.
The above video (from Khan Academy) contains a slightly more advanced explanation of equivalent fractions.
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Read about equivalent fractions
Read about how to decide whether two fractions are equivalent (the same value) at mathgoodies.com. At the end, you can take a self-quiz to check your understanding.
If two fractions are "equivalent" it means they are worth the same.
There are an unlimited number of fractions that mean one-half. For example: 1/2, 2/4, 3/6, just to name a few.
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