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Naming Fractions I

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Mixed Number to Fraction

Fraction to Mixed Number

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Fraction as a Number

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Simplify, Expand, Common Denominator

Expanding Fractions I

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Simplifying Fractions IV

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Prime Numbers

### Multiplying and Dividing

Multiplication and Division

Multiplying Fractions

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Addition and Subtraction

Addition Fraction plus Whole Number

Adding Fractions

Adding Mixed Numbers

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Fractions-DECODED!

Complex Calculator

Naming Fractions I

Naming Fractions II

Naming Mixed Numbers

Mixed Number to Fraction

Fraction to Mixed Number

Reciprocal

Expanding Fractions I

Expanding Fractions II

Expanding Fractions III

Is A divisible by B?

Simplifying Fractions I

Simplifying Fractions II

Simplifying Fractions III

Simplifying Fractions IV

Simplifying Fractions V

Prime Numbers

Multiplying Fractions

Dividing Fractions

Addition Fraction plus Whole Number

Adding Fractions

Adding Mixed Numbers

Whole Number minus Fraction

Subtracting Fractions

Subtracting Mixed Numbers

Divide the two fractions.

Divide to fractions by multiplying the reciprocal.

Multiply two fractions by multiplying their numerators and multiplying their denominators.

Check if you can simplify.

If you would like to have a vivid explanation with a detailed example, please read the page Division "Fraction by Fraction" - The experiment

**Step 1: Turn the division into a multiplication:**

Divide to fractions by multiplying the reciprocal:

3 | ÷ | 9 | = | 3 | × | 6 |

4 | 6 | 4 | 9 |

**Step 2: Multiply Numerator and Denominator:**

Multiply two fractions by multiplying their numerators and multiplying their denominators:

3 | × | 6 | = | 3 × 6 |

4 | 9 | 4 × 9 |

**Step 3: Check whether you can simplify "crosswise":**

3 and 9 can be simplified by the number 3.

6 and 4 can be simplified by the number 2.

3 × 6 | = | 1 × 3 |

4 × 9 | 2 × 3 |

**Step 4: Multiply!**

1 × 3 | = | 3 |

2 × 3 | 6 |

**Step 5: Check whether the result can be simplified**

The result can be simplified by the number 3:

3 | = | 3 ÷ 3 | = | 1 |

6 | 6 ÷ 3 | 2 |