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1. 2. 3. 4. Come in and take out your notes from yesterday, Wednesday January 23. The title for yesterday’s notes was “Converting Between Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers. Next, put your paper in the right hand corner of your desk and remain at level 0. We will take a times multiplication facts drill shortly, in the meantime please remain at level zero. 1 2 I CAN convert improper fractions to mixed numbers. I CAN convert mixed numbers to improper fractions. 3 You can write mixed numbers as an improper fraction You can write improper fractions as mixed numbers When you can do these things you have successfully reached the goal for this section! 4 Being able to convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions allows you to be able to move easily from one form to another. This will help with solving problems that may require one form over the other. 5 Improper Fraction: An improper fraction is a fraction with a numerator that is greater than or equal to the denominator. Ex: 19/5 21/8 Mixed Number: A mixed number is the sum of a whole number and a fraction. Ex: 2 1/5 6 1/4 6 1. 2. 3. 4. Divide to see how many times the denominator will go into the numerator – this will be your whole number. Your remainder will be your new numerator. OR multiply the whole number and denominator and subtract that answer from the numerator to get your new numerator. Keep the same denominator. Simplify if needed! 7 a. 9/4 b. 10/3 c. 9/2 d. 20/3 e. 22/5 f. 29/5 8 a. 17/6 e. 27/4 b. 5/3 f. 17/2 c. 25/7 g. 67/9 d. 26/9 h. 23/5 9 a. 45/10 e. 100/3 b. 15/2 f. 28/5 c. 9/7 g. 19/8 d. 15/8 h. 17/10 10 1. Multiply whole number and denominator. 2. Add the numerator. 3. Keep the same denominator. 11 a. 5 1/3 d. 3 ¼ b. 1 7/8 e. 4 2/5 c. 2 2/5 f. 4 2/3 12 a. 5 3/8 e. 3 2/3 b. 2 5/16 f. 1 5/6 c. 6¼ g. 10 3/7 d. 3 4/5 h. 7 5/8 13 a. 4 7/10 e. 10 1/10 b. 3 1/8 f. 2 4/5 c. 16 1/5 g. 5¾ d. 6 8/9 h. 2 3/8 14 15 Describe one of the two methods you can use to compare fractions. USE COMPLETE SENTENCES!!! 16