1) Proper fractions

2) Improper fractions

3) Mixed fractions

4) Equivalent fractions

1) 2/7

Here, the numerator is 2 and denominator 7.

Numerator (2) < Denominator (7)

So, its a proper fraction.

2) 5/8 ( 5 < 8)

So, its a proper fraction.

3) 12/17

(12 < 17)

So, its a proper fraction.

1) 7/2

Here the numerator is greater than denominator.

( 7 > 2)

So, its an improper fraction.

2) 8/5

(8 > 5) so its an improper fraction.

In other words, we can say that mixed fraction has two parts 1) natural number 2) proper fraction.

1 ⅓, 2 ⅕, 5 7/9 etc.

Property 1: A mixed fraction may always be converted in to an improper fraction.

Multiply the natural number by the denominator and add to the numerator. This new numerator over the denominator is the required fraction.

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1) 18/5

2) 9/2

3) 11/17

4) 13/4

5) 19/23

1) 3/7

2) 5/8

3) 1/10

4) 6/11

5) 8/9

• Types of Fractions

• Conversion of improper to mixed fraction

• Equivalent Fractions

• Fractions in Simplest form

• Like and Unlike Fractions

• Add fractions

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