17 videos in "Equivalent Fractions / Reducing"

Equivalent Fractions

The LCD & Fraction Comparisons

Other Fractional Expressions

Converting Fractional Expressions

Decimals to Fractions Song

Reducing Fractions Part 1

Reducing Fractions Part 2a

Reducing Fractions Part 2b

Fractions 1  Equivalent Fractions

Fractions 2  Simplify and Reduce Part 1

Fractions 3  Simplify and Reduce Part 2

Equivalent Fractions  Finding the Lowest Terms

Finding equivalent fractions / expressions

Equivalent and Simplifying Fractions

Write Whole Number as Fraction

Finding Equivalent Fractions

Finding Common Multiples of Fractions
Fractions 3  Simplify and Reduce Part 2
Fractions 3  Simplify and Reduce Part 2
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Part 2 of How to simplify and reduce fractions to lowest terms.
 Ratio Blaster  Game from Math Game Time: Ratio Blaster provides math practice in finding equal ratios. Invading spaceships with addition problems move down from the top of the screen toward a laser cannon on a platform at the bottom. Click on a spaceship to shoot it!
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This lesson goes over several more examples of simplifying fractions and writing them in lowest terms. All steps are explained very clearly. These problems are larger and more difficult to determine what numbers the numerator and denominator have in common. This is a great lesson to challenge yourself with to make sure you understanding reducing fractions.