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 »

A table of equivalent fractions depicts a series of fractions that use different numbers to express the same portion of a whole and illustrate that one portion can be represented in numerous ways. It helps students under... More »

To find the sum or difference of fractions, first find the lowest common denominator (LCD) of each fractions. Once you find the LCD, add or subtract the numerators to discover your answer. More »

Telling time, baking cakes and shopping with discounts are some examples of fractions in everyday life. Each of these activities affect the daily life of the average person and use multiple fractions. More »

Convert a fraction to a decimal by first converting mixed numbers to improper fractions and then dividing the numerator by the denominator. Round the answer to the appropriate number of significant figures. The time to c... More »

To multiply polynomial fractions, also called rational expressions, break down the given problem into individual polynomials, and factor them. Once the polynomials are factored, cancel any like factors, and simplify the ... More »