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Copy of DIY Maths: Equivalent fractions

EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS

In this module, 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.

 

Did you know?

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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