### Fraction Growing Post

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This site has detailed instructions on how to find equivalent fractions and some quizes for you to try.

This site tells you how to make your fraction in lowest terms.

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A)Bob had 3/4 of a chocolate pie and 2/3 of an apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether? (i forgot it has to be an improper fraction)

B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

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This site has detailed instructions on adding and subtracting fractions. With 3 different levels of instructions and plenty of examples. At the end of the lesson there is a quiz for you to test your knowledge on adding and subtracting fractions.

Fraction Blog Part 2

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This website uses circles to explain how to multiply fractions. There is also a detailed description on how to multiply fractions. While you are reading the explanations there are quizes that you can do to test yourself.

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This website has detailed instructions about how to divide fractions by whole numbers and other fractions. There is a place for you to quiz yourself in a timed game of dividing fractions. There is also a place for you to see if you are answering your math homework properly.

Question 6

I think theses people deserve to be in the growing post hall of fame: Katho, Dion, Aldrin and Darie. They all had nice pic's and good descriptions.

Question 7

If you have 37 candies and you have to divide it between 8 people how much candy would each person receive?

I answered Teara's, Ingrid's and Katho's questions.

Yay!!! finally done!!

## 10 Comments:

A)Bob had 1/4 of a chocolate pie and 1/3 of an apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether?

1/4 is 3/12

1/3 is 4/12

s0itis 7/12

B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

4 2/4

-1 1/4

=3 1/4

By Squeaky_Cheeks 74, at 6:31 PM

nice and clear pics.

Answers...

A)Bob had 1/4 of a chocolate pie and 1/3 of an apple pie.

How much pie did Bob have altogether?

-7/12

B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen.

How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

-3 1/4

By Allysha8-73, at 6:50 PM

You did a good job with your questions. Your pictures were easy to understand. I hope you dont mind but i kind of used some of your ideas.

A)Bob had 1/4 of a chocolate pie and 1/3 of an apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether?

1/4 = 3/12

1/3 = 4/12

the answer is 7/12

B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

4 2/4 - 1 1/4

the answer is 3 1/4

By Ley-Ley8-17, at 6:35 PM

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By Ley-Ley8-17, at 6:35 PM

A)Bob had 3/4 of a chocolate pie and 2/3 of an apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether? (i forgot it has to be an improper fraction)

3/4 = 9/12

2/3 = 8/12

9/12 + 8/12 = 17/12 or 1 5/12

B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

4 2/4 - 1 1/4

= 3 1/4

By k.santos8-17, at 7:46 PM

A)Bob had 1/4 of a chocolate pie and 1/3 of an apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether?1/4 -turns to- 3/12

1/3 -turns to- 4/12

then you add 3/12 [or just the 3 & 4,whatever] and 4/12

= 7/12 xD

B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?4 2/4 - 1 1/4

=3 1/4

i'm lazy -_- Nice

unlazyjob Rebecca ;]By .teara, at 8:36 PM

Great job Rebecca keep up the good work lol =D hahah. kk

A) Bob had 1/4 of a chocolate pie and 1/3 of and apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether?

* 1/4 = 3/12

* 1/3 = 4/12

Bob had 7/12 pie altogether.

B) Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

* 4 2/4-1 1/4 =

* 3 1/4

Fred has 3 1/4 of chocolate bars left.

By bootyliciousbubblegum, at 10:37 PM

Buddy, for part 2 question 6 you spelled theses i think u meant these. PS. I'm gonna put u on that blogger fame thingy

By .teara, at 10:06 PM

If you have 37 candies and you have to divide it between 8 people how much candy would each person receive?

each person would get 4 and 5/8.. am i right?

By Ley-Ley8-17, at 5:12 PM

If you have 37 candies and you have to divide it between 8 people how much candy would each person receive?Well, mainly i just went... 37/8 so the answer to ur question is...

4 5/8By .teara, at 10:22 PM

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