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Unit fraction

Like and Unlike fractions

Proper, improper and mixed fractions

Unit fractions are used to represent one part out of the total parts.

For example,

1 slice of pizza out of 6 slices.

1 apple out of 8 apples.

**Remember: **The numerator of a unit fraction is always 1.

Like Fractions have the **same denominators.**

Unlike Fractions have **different denominators.**

Fractions with the numerator less than the denominator are called proper fractions.

For Example,

2/3

2<3 i.e., **N**<D. It’s a proper fraction.

Proper fractions represent a part less than a whole.

Click through the slideshow to learn how fractions work.

Fractions with the numerator greater than the denominator are called improper fractions.

For Example,

5/3

5>3, i.e., **N**>D. It’s an improper fraction.

Improper fractions represent a whole or more than a whole.

Click through the **slideshow** to learn how fractions work.

To have a clear understanding with no confusion ever, let’s go through these demonstration cards.

Click through the **slideshow.**

Fractions with a whole number and a proper fraction are called mixed fractions.

For Example,

2 2/3

2 wholes & 2/3 fraction. It’s a mixed fraction.

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