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Actually, i just want to know if there is a websit i could get some printable fraction formulas that brakes down answering different fractions step by step. please help, my boyfriend is trying to get his G.E.D and i can tell him the answer to the problem but i can't really explain how i got it an how to show his work!

Hi Dear, there are several solutions

- In ms excel type a fraction formula and in tools--> formula auditing -->
- Please download offcemath.msi for MS Word 2007 from www.office.microsoft.com and install it.

its calculator part will show you the steps of solving fractions in insert--> equations-->maths. - Alternatively you can download microsoft math trial from www.microsoft.com this will show you all steps.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Divide total by number of groups = number in each group

56 / 4 = 4

56 / 4 = 4

Mar 10, 2015 | Core Learning Fractions Step-By-Step...

7/15 is the answer.

Oct 01, 2014 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

The denominator is that number on the bottom of a fraction, so with 2 different fractions you want to get them in a form where they have the same denominator. Often you will be trying to find the lowest common denominator.

The usual procedure is to multiply one denominator into the top (numerator) of the other fraction. Then repeat this process with the denominator of the second fraction multiplied into the numerator of the first fraction. Then multiply the 2 denominators together and the result is the denominator now of both fractions.

Eg 2/3 and 5/7 become

14/21 and 15/21

Sometimes further simplification is possible where one fraction has a denominator which is a mltiple of the other. eg

2/3 and 5/6

In this case you only need to multiply on the first fraction

4/6 and 5/6

The usual procedure is to multiply one denominator into the top (numerator) of the other fraction. Then repeat this process with the denominator of the second fraction multiplied into the numerator of the first fraction. Then multiply the 2 denominators together and the result is the denominator now of both fractions.

Eg 2/3 and 5/7 become

14/21 and 15/21

Sometimes further simplification is possible where one fraction has a denominator which is a mltiple of the other. eg

2/3 and 5/6

In this case you only need to multiply on the first fraction

4/6 and 5/6

Aug 13, 2014 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

Reduce 4/8 to the common denominator of 4, by dividing the numerator by 4 (4 / 4 = 1) and the denominator by four (8 / 4 = 2)

Subtract to find the answer 2/4 - 1/4 = 1/4

Subtract to find the answer 2/4 - 1/4 = 1/4

Apr 28, 2014 | Core Learning Fractions Step-By-Step...

Convert each mixed number (what you call mixed fraction) to an improper fraction, then multiply the two numerators and multiply the two denominators. Reduce the resulting fraction to its simplest form

Example

(2 1/3)*(1 5/7)=?

Convert 2 1/3 to an improper fraction 2 1/3=2+ 1/3 = 6/3+1/3=7/3

Convert 1 5/7 to an improper fraction 1 5/7=1+ 5/7 =7/7 +5/7=12/7

(2 1/3)*(1 5/7)= (7/3)*(12/7)= (7*12)/(3*7)

The 7's in the numerator and denominator cancel one another leaving

12/3=4

**(2 1/3)*(1 5/7)=4**

Not all products of mixed numbers will give a simple result as this one. More likely they will not.

Example

(2 1/3)*(1 5/7)=?

Convert 2 1/3 to an improper fraction 2 1/3=2+ 1/3 = 6/3+1/3=7/3

Convert 1 5/7 to an improper fraction 1 5/7=1+ 5/7 =7/7 +5/7=12/7

(2 1/3)*(1 5/7)= (7/3)*(12/7)= (7*12)/(3*7)

The 7's in the numerator and denominator cancel one another leaving

12/3=4

Not all products of mixed numbers will give a simple result as this one. More likely they will not.

Dec 12, 2013 | Educational & Reference Software

I would not use the word term to refer to the numerator and denominator of a fraction. To get back to your question, if you multiply the numerator and denominator of a fraction by the same number (call it **a, **with** a **different from zero) you are in fact multiplying the original fraction by the fraction **a/a, **and that is equal to 1. So you are just multiplying the fraction by 1.

Nov 20, 2011 | MathRescue Word Problems Of Algebra Lite

ra4942 ,

Yes, you would have to convert the fractions into decimal notation, represented as feet.

Example: 5' 3 1/2" is 5.29167'

By the way, the formula (that you know) is "plus", not "times" ....

a^2**plus** b^2 = c^2 (the square of the hypotenuse is the **SUM** of the squares of the two other sides)

Thanks for using FixYa!

-Gort.

Yes, you would have to convert the fractions into decimal notation, represented as feet.

Example: 5' 3 1/2" is 5.29167'

By the way, the formula (that you know) is "plus", not "times" ....

a^2

Thanks for using FixYa!

-Gort.

Oct 14, 2010 | MathRescue Word Problems Of Algebra Lite

First divide top and bottom by 10.

This converts the fraction to 58/114.

Next divide top and bottom by 2.

This converts the fraction to 29/57.

Since 29 is a prime number this is as far as this fraction can be reduced.

So the answer is 29/57.

This converts the fraction to 58/114.

Next divide top and bottom by 2.

This converts the fraction to 29/57.

Since 29 is a prime number this is as far as this fraction can be reduced.

So the answer is 29/57.

Sep 03, 2010 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

Let me help you with some steps;

1. Solve d fractions in the inner brackets first.

2.You should get -[(-1/2)+(-1)]

3.The rest is easy:-[ -(3/2) ]

4. your answer is 3/2

1. Solve d fractions in the inner brackets first.

2.You should get -[(-1/2)+(-1)]

3.The rest is easy:-[ -(3/2) ]

4. your answer is 3/2

Jun 30, 2009 | Core Learning Fractions Step-By-Step...

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