Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Equalising Fractions

WALT: Identify and compare fractions

This week we have been learning about fractions and as you can see that in this equation there are hard ones. The way I solved this is that for example 3/4 = 10/4 the reason why it is 10 beacuse all you do you just do 4 x 10 = 40 and for one more example hmmmmmmmm lets try doing this one if you get this answer can you please a comment( 8/9 = /4 what is the top number for this?) Thanks for reading this I hope you injoy it and get the answer and leave a commonte THANKS>

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