Dividing Fractions Teacher Resources
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In this teacher's guide to the multiplying and dividing fractions worksheet, students learn that fractions are converted to decimals on a calculator. Students have guided practice multiplying a fraction by a whole number; multiplying a fraction by a fraction; and dividing fractions and mixed numbers, all on a calculator.
Multiplying and dividing fractions can be simple! Help your students access these skills using this fractions worksheet, where they will first learn the steps by reading short informational text. The instructions are good, however the layout is slightly awkward. It would be more helpful if the fractions in the examples were written vertically, and you might want to save paper by consolidating the unneccessary gaps. Learners practice by solving 6 problems. Answers are provided.
Dividing fractions can be a daunting task for young mathematicians. This presentation does an excellent job of taking the mystery away from the process, and leads pupils through the steps in a clear, concise manner. Four examples are given, and the last slide offers some independent practice for students to try on their own. An excellent PowerPoint!
You want me to what? Divide fractions? Ok, breathe. Would it be better if you multiplied those fractions? Find out how to change a division of fractions into a multiplication of fractions.
Seventh graders practice dividing fractions. As a class, 7th graders review multiplication problems and then use a model for dividing whole numbers to discover how to divide fractions. After exploration, the teacher demonstrates the proper method for dividing fractions. Students discuss the definitions of mixed numbers, improper fractions and conversion of an improper fraction to a mixed number. They practice solving division problems involving fractions.
Learners solve fractions using different operations. In this algebra lesson, students solve fractions with mixed and improper fractions. They apply the correct method to multiply and divide fractions to solve equations.
Seventh graders engage in a lesson that is concerned with the skill of dividing fractions. The teacher uses the lesson to guide the lesson through a time of guided practice. Then students are assigned homework for the purpose of assessment.
How on earth do you divide a fraction? This video answers that question in just over one minute. You'll learn that you don't actually divide fractions, but multiply them by their reciprocal. The entire procedure is explained in this homemade video.
Students solve fractions using division. In this algebra lesson, students solve fractions by flipping and multiplying by the reciprocal. They practice dividing fractions with improper fractions or mixed numbers.
Students solve fractions using division. In this algebra lesson plan, students solve fractions by flipping and multiplying by the reciprocal. They practice dividing fractions with different denominators and simplifying.
Students solve fractions using division. For this algebra lesson, students solve fractions by flipping and multiplying by the reciprocal. They practice dividing fractions with different denominators and simplifying.
In this division worksheet, students divide fractions into mixed numbers. Students complete 10 problems total on this worksheet.
In this dividing fractions instructional activity, students problem solve twenty equations by dividing fractions and simplifying their answers as far as possible.
In this dividing fractions worksheet, students solve 10 different problems that include various fractions. First, they multiply the number by the reciprocal of the fraction shown. Then, students simplify the resulting fraction if possible. Finally, they check their answer by multiplying the result they got by the divisor.
What better way to explore working with fractions then by using them when cooking? In this lesson, learners use video, the Internet, and real world, hands-on learning activities to enhance their understanding of multiplying and dividing fractions.
Fourth and fifth graders practice basic operations with fractions. For this fractions lesson, pupils add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions, first with teacher guidance and then with a computer game called "Fraction Four."
Students multiply and divide fractions. In this math instructional activity, students are given explicit visual instruction of how to work with fractions. Intended for learning disabled students, the teacher demonstrates how to manipulate the numbers by displaying them on a sectioned posterboard and using color-coded numbers.
A simple problem-solving worksheet has scholars practice dividing fractions, then reducing to simplest terms. There are 18 questions on each of the two worksheets, and answers are provided for both. None of the fractions includes negative or mixed numbers in the original equation, however as learners simplify the answers, they are expected to use mixed numbers when possible.
The concept of dividing fractions is explored in this video. The instructor answers the question of whether or not one always has to invert fractions when multiplying. The answer is no, and she goes on to explain when one has to invert fractions and when he doesn't.
Dividing fractions is a skill often used in the real world; Show your scholars how math can be applied in forestry through this word problems instructional activity. Initial information gives students the necessary context to solve 5 scenario questions, each relating to trees planted in a forest. One question walks students through a solution, then asks them why it is incorrect. This may be inspiration to use math in a class gardening project!