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Here you can practice online exercises for fraction calculation. The extensive collection of exercises includes fraction calculation problems for the classes 5, 6 and 7.

The topics are:

- Basics: practice naming fractions, mixed numbers, reciprocal
- practice simplifying/reducing and expanding fractions
- practice adding and subtracting fractions
- practice multiplying and dividing fractions

All exercises can be done online.

If you get stuck, you can use the light bulb icon to get a hint for the solution.

If the tip for solving the exercise does not help, you can use this icon to display a detailed sample solution.

However, before you start with a new type of problem, I recommend that you first have a look at the corresponding page of this exercise on Fractions - DECODED!

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You can choose between three difficulties. Click to change the difficulty of the exercises.

Start with this difficulty and practice with simple numbers. If you know how to do that, go to the next level of difficulty.

If you can solve the exercises with difficulty "Advanced" safely, then you are well prepared for the next class test!

If you enjoy solving fractions calculation online, then choose the difficulty "Expert". You should understand the rules and not be afraid of large numbers.

Before you start calculating with fractions, i. e. multiplying, dividing, adding or subtracting fractions, I recommend that you first deal with the basic tasks - especially in the chapter "Simplifying/Reducing, Expanding, Common Denominator".

The benefits are as follows:

- You learn step by step and not all at once
- the basics are needed for almost all problems involving calculating with fractions
- You can solve problems faster and more reliably

Of course, you get points for the right solution in the class test - many points are rewarded with a good grade. You can achieve this if you

*understood the rules - or let's say*: Read the explanations on Fractions - DECODED!**decoded**...*can concentrate*: It doesn't necessarily have to be quiet around you - even during the class test it's not always so. Try to concentrate**only**on the current task until you find the result. You are welcome to relax between the different exercises.*make your solution understandable for the teacher*. Show your teacher how you calculated the solution. Have a look at the step-by-step explanations of the different exercises.*find solutions quickly.*Unfortunately, you are also under time pressure in the class test. By concentrating and mastering the basics you will be able to overcome it. "In your sleep," you should know:- Long addition, multiplication, division, subtraction
- multiplication tables
- the first prime numbers: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, ...
- the divisibility of numbers

Many practices with step-by-step explanations on this page should help you to achieve your goals for the next class test.

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