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Fraction Arithmetic:  Endless Examples & Exercises (TM)  Fractions Fractions Fractions  (version 2.0) Make a Donation - Contact Us - Tell-A-Friend - Math at Free-Ed.Net
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Reducing and Converting Fractions  1 - Reducing fractions  2 - Converting mixed fractions to improper fractions
Also see the reverse operation in item 3.  3 - Converting improper fractions to mixed fractions
Also see the reverse operation in item 2.

Multiplication Operations  4 - Multiplying whole numbers by simple fractions  5 - Multiplying whole numbers by mixed fractions  7 - Multiplying mixed fractions by simple fractions  8 - Multiplying mixed fractions by mixed fractions  9 - Multiplying all forms of fractions
This is a composite of the multiplication operations shown in items 4 through 8.

Division Operations  10 - Dividing integers and simple fractions
The problems consist of a 50/50 mix of integers divided by simple fractions, and simple fractions divided by integers.  11 - Dividing integers and mixed fractions
The problems consist of a 50/50 mix of integers divided by mixed fractions, and mixed fractions divided by integers.  12 - Dividing simple fractions  13 - Dividing mixed fractions and simple fractions
The problems consist of a 50/50 mix of mixed fractiosn divided by simple fractions, and simple fractions divided by mixed fractions.  14 - Dividing mixed fractions  15 - Dividing all forms of fractions
This is a composite of the division operations iin items 10  through 14.

Multiplication and Division Operations  16 - Multiplying and dividing all forms of fractions
This is a composite of the multiplication and division operations from   items 4 through 15.

Addition Operations  17 - Adding integers and simple fractions  18 - Adding integers and mixed fractions  19 - Adding simple fractions  20 - Adding simple fractions and mixed fractions  21 - Adding mixed fractions  22 - Adding all forms of fractions
This is a composite of the addition drills from  items 17 through 21.

Subtraction Operations  23 - Subtracting integers and simple fractions  24 - Subtracting integers and mixed fractions  25 - Subtracting simple fractions  26 - Subtracting simple fractions and mixed fractions  27 - Subtracting mixed fractions  28 - Subtracting all forms of fractions
This is a composite of the  subtraction drills from  items23   through 27.

Addition and Subtraction Operations  29 - Adding and subtracting fractions.
This is a composite of the addition and subtraction drills from  items 17 through 28.

All Fraction Operations  30 - All multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction operations.
A composite of all basic arithemetic operations with fractions.
 About These Activities These activities are provided as learning tools for classroom teachers, homeschool mentors, and independent learners. Teachers and mentors should select and review the activities to be assigned to their students. Independent learners should begin at the top of the list and systematically work down through the activities. If you have found these fraction drills useful, here are some more that cover other vital math topics.  Mastering Decimal Fractions Operations with Signed Numbers Solving Linear Equations in One Variable

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