4792 Shares Topic: Fractions math homework help
June 16, 2019 / By Miles
Question: Ok so this sounds dumb but I am having a horrible time helping my brother with his homework. Math has never been my strong point, especially fractions haha. So can anyone help us out? 1. Rob colored 1/4 of a rectangle. What is another way to name 1/4? 2. Complete the pattern: 1/3, 2/6, 3/9, 4/? 3. 1/2, 2/4, 3/6, 4/8, 5/?, 6/? 4. Samuel ad read 5/6 of his assignment. Judy has read 10/12 of her assignment. Their assignments were the same size. Who read more, or did they read the same amount?  Justy | 5 days ago
1. A quarter 2. 4/12 3. 5/10 and 6/12 4. They read the same amount. 5/6 is the same as saying 10/12.
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We found more questions related to the topic: Fractions math homework help Originally Answered: How can I multiply fractions? (6th grade math)?
Multiplying and dividing fractions is MUCH easier than adding and subtracting! You just multiply straight across - no common denominators needed. So ... for your example, put a 1 under the 30 to start 30/1 * 3/10 Multiplly 30 x 3 = 90 Multiply 1 x 10 = 10 Now divide 90/10 = 9 Harve
1. if another way means in terms of percentage it is 25% or it could also be 2/8, 3/12, etc. 2. the pattern is multiplying the original term 1/3, by sequential numbers so (1/3) x 2/2 = 2/6, thus (1/3) x 4/4 = 4/12 3. essentially each fraction represents half or 50% so the next terms would be 5/10, and 6/12 4. because (5/6) x (2/2) = 10/12 and 2/2 = 1, 5/6 is equal to 10/12, and so they read the same amount
👍 90 | 👎 -4 Eleazar
1. There's a coin in your pocket that's 1/4 of a dollar. What's it called? 2. The numerator increases by 1, and the denominator increases by 3. See a pattern now? 3. What relation is the numerator to the denominator? Hint: 8 = 2 x 4, 6 = 2 x 3... 4. I'll have to give you this one. If you reduce 10/12, dividing the numerator and denominator by 2, you get 5/6. Both fractions are equal.
👍 86 | 👎 -13 Cassidy
1) 2/8, 3/16, 4/32, ect. Or in word form, one quarter, one-fourth 2) 4/12 [all the numbers are equal] 3) 5/10, 6/12 [again, all the numbers are equal] 4) Both kids read the same amount. [10/12 reduced is equal to 5/6]
👍 82 | 👎 -22 Originally Answered: Need help 5th grade homework on fractions?
4/20, 2/10, 1/5 wel the way i did it is, to get from 32 to 16 u divide by 2. so thats how u get the 4,2,1. then u knock off the 0s at the end of the 100, 80, 40 just for a couple of seconds. then u say ok i have 10,8,4. to keep the trend u divide 4 by 2 nd then 2 by 2 and finally 1 by 2 and get .5. now u add the zeros back or multiply by 100 to get 20,10,5

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