Equivalent fractions are fractions that have the same numerical value. For example, 1/2 and 2/4 are equivalent fractions, as they are both equal to 0.5. More »

Equivalent fractions can be found by either dividing or multiplying both the numerator and denominator by the same nonzero number. For example, when the top, or numerator, and bottom, or denominator, of the fraction 2/4 ... More »

In math, equivalent fractions are fractions that are of the same value when simplified or calculated. Starting with a half, the subsequent equivalent fraction would be two-fourths. More »

To add mixed fractions, the fractions need to be converted to improper fractions with the same denominators. Once added, the sum needs to be converted back to a mixed fraction. More »

To reduce or simplify fractions, look for common factors in the numerator (the term on top) and the denominator (the term on the bottom). Divide both terms by the greatest common factor to reduce the fraction to its lowe... More »

In everyday life, fractions are used when people tell the time, cook, shop, pay bills and split things up. Fractions are required any time someone needs to work with the parts of something. More »

The integer 25 can be expressed as an infinite number of equivalent fractions of the form 25a/a, where a is any integer. For example, 25 can be expressed as the fractions 50/2 (a=2), 75/3 (a=3), or 250/10 (a=10). More »