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The three types of fractions are : Proper fraction, Improper fraction, Mixed fraction, Proper fraction: Fractions whose numerators are less than the denominators are called proper fractions. (Numerator < denominator). Two parts are shaded in the above diagram.
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To find the difference between like fractions we subtract the smaller numerator from the greater numerator. In subtraction of fractions having the same denominator, we just need to subtract the numerators of the fractions.
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To add two or more like fractions we simplify add their numerators. The denominator remains same. Thus, to add the fractions with the same denominator, we simply add their numerators and write the common denominator.
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In comparison of unlike fractions, we change the unlike fractions to like fractions and then compare. To compare two fractions with different numerators and different denominators, we multiply by a number to convert them to like fractions. Let us consider some of the
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The fractions having the same value are called equivalent fractions. Their numerator and denominator can be different but, they represent the same part of a whole. We can see the shade portion with respect to the whole shape in the figures from (i) to (viii) In; (i) Shaded
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In comparison of fractions having the same numerator the following rectangular figures having the same lengths are divided in different parts to show different denominators. 3/10 < 3/5 < 3/4 or 3/4 > 3/5 > 3/10 In the fractions having the same numerator, that fraction is
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Any two like fractions can be compared by comparing their numerators. The fraction with larger numerator is greater than the fraction with smaller numerator, for example \(\frac{7}{13}\) > \(\frac{2}{13}\) because 7 > 2. In comparison of like fractions here are some
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There are two methods to reduce a given fraction to its simplest form, viz., H.C.F. Method and Prime Factorization Method. If numerator and denominator of a fraction have no common factor other than 1(one), then the fraction is said to be in its simple form or in lowest
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How to find fraction as a part of collection? Let there be 14 rectangles forming a box or rectangle. Thus, it can be said that there is a collection of 14 rectangles, 2 rectangles in each row. If it is folded into two halves, each half will have 7 rectangles. So, we can say
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Fraction of a whole numbers are explained here with 4 following examples. There are three shapes: (a) circle-shape (b) rectangle-shape and (c) square-shape. Each one is divided into 4 equal parts. One part is shaded, i.e., one-fourth of the shape is shaded and three
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We will discuss here about the identification of the parts of a fraction. We know fraction means part of something. Fraction tells us, into how many parts a whole has been
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What are the numerator and denominator of a fraction? We have already learnt that a fraction is written with two numbers arranged one over the other and separated by a line.
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How to read and write roman numerals? Hundreds of year ago, the Romans had a system of numbers which had only seven symbols. Each symbol had a different value and there was no symbol for 0. The symbol of Roman Numerals and their values are: Romans used different
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In 4th grade mental math on numbers, students can practice different questions on write the Hindu-Arabic numerals, write the Roman Numerals, comparison of roman numerals, addition of roman numerals.
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In 4th grade mental math on numbers, students can practice different questions on numbers in figures, number name, place value, face value, comparison of number and formation of greatest and smallest numbers.
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Practice the worksheet on roman numerals or numbers. This sheet will encourage the students to practice about the symbols for roman numerals and their values. Write the number for the following: (a) VII (b) IX (c) XI (d) XIV (e) XIX (f) XXVII (g) XXIX (h) XII
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Do we know from where Roman symbols came? In Rome, people wanted to use their own symbols to express various numbers. These symbols, used by Romans, are known as Roman symbols, Romans used only seven symbols V, X, L, C, D, M to express different numbers.
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The place value of a digit in a number is the value it holds to be at the place in the number. We know about the place value and face value of a digit and we will learn about it in details. We know that the position of a digit in a number determines its corresponding value
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In math questions answers each questions are solved with explanation. The questions are based from different topics. Care has been taken to solve the questions in such a way that students
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In number worksheets, students can practice different questions on numbers from printable free worksheets for grade 4 math on numbers. Write the number which is 1 more than 9? Write the number which
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We know that the number written as sum of the place-values of its digits is called the expanded form of a number. In expanded form of a number, the number is shown according to the place values of its digits. This is shown here: In 2385, the place values of the digits are
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The number that comes just before a number is called the predecessor. So, the predecessor of a given number is 1 less than the given number. Successor of a given number is 1 more than the given number. For example, 9,99,99,999 is predecessor of 10,00,00,000 or we can also
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In worksheet on formation of numbers, four grade students can practice the questions on formation of numbers without the repetition of the given digits. This sheet can be practiced by students
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Rounding off numbers are discussed here, where we need to round a number. (i) If we purchase anything and its cost is $12 and 23¢, the cost is rounded up to it’s nearest $ 12 and 23¢ is left. (ii) If we purchase another thing and its cost is $15.78. The cost is rounded up
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Practice questions on worksheet on successor and predecessor of a number are given below. Successor: The number that comes just after a given number is called successor. Predecessor: The number that comes just before a given number is called predecessor.
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Practice math worksheet on arranging numbers. The questions are mainly related to arranging numbers in ascending order, descending order, comparing numbers and finding the greatest number and the smal
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Rule I: We know that a number with more digits is always greater than the number with less number of digits. Rule II: When the two numbers have the same number of digits, we start comparing the digits from left most place until we come across unequal digits. To learn
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We know, while arranging numbers from the smallest number to the largest number, then the numbers are arranged in ascending order. Vice-versa while arranging numbers from the largest number to the smallest number then the numbers are arranged in descending order.
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We will practice the questions given in the worksheet on place value and face value. In place value and face value we need to identify the digit which is highlighted whether in hundreds place
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Here we will discuss how to read and write large numbers. Reading a large number: In order of reading a large number, of a five digit number, we must separate the digits according to the period. (i) 72418 Starting from the right, separate the ONES period by marking a comma
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In examples on the formation of greatest and the smallest number we know that the procedure of arranging the numbers in ascending and descending order.
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the greatest number is formed by arranging the given digits in descending order and the smallest number by arranging them in ascending order. The position of the digit at the extreme left of a number increases its place value. So the greatest digit should be placed at the
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Worksheet on expanded form of a number for fourth grade math questions to practice the expanded form according to the place values of its digit. 1. Write the expanded form of the following numbers
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Here we will learn the rule of knuckle to understand the number of days in a month. All the knuckles show the months with 31 days. The others (except February) have 30 days.
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We normally use 12-hour clock system. The hour hand of the clock goes round the dial twice a day (24 hours). Some departments like railways, Airlines, etc use 24-hour clock system because they do
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Worksheet on place value for fourth grade math questions to practice the place value of a digit in a number. 1. Find the place value of 7 in the following numbers: (i) 7531 (ii) 5731 (iii) 5371
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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on reading and writing large numbers to group place values into periods in hundred, thousand, million and billion. The questions are related to writing
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In place value chart, the digits are grouped in the threes in a big number. The number is read from left to right as … billion …million …. thousands …ones. The place value chart of the International System is given below: Place Value Chart 100,000 = 100 thousand 1,000,000
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Learn the easiest way to understand the basic concept on place value and face value in the second grade. Suppose we write a number in figures 435 in words we write four hundred thirty five.
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To read a large number easily, we split the number into groups. We separate the groups by using comma or a space between them. The grouping of places is done from the right. The first group is ones group it has 3 places from the right. The second and the third group
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In formation of numbers we will learn the numbers having different numbers of digits. We know that: (i) Greatest number of one digit = 9,
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In 5th Grade Numbers Worksheets we will solve how to read and write large numbers, use of place value chart to write a number in expanded form, represent the large number on the abacus, write the number in standard form, compare with another number and arrange numbers
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Math basic concept on subtraction word problems - 1-digit numbers for the first grade. To understand the word problems with different digits combinations read the question carefully and follow
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Math basic concept on addition word problems - 1-digit numbers for the first grade. To understand the word problems with different digits combinations read the question carefully and follow the
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In 5 times table we will learn how to read and write multiplication table of 5. We read five times table as: One time five is 5 Two times five is 10 Three times five is 15 Four times five is 20
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In 4 times table we will learn how to read and write multiplication table of 4. We read four times table as: One time four is 4 Two times four is 8 Three times four is 12 Four times four is 16
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In 3 times table we will learn how to read and write multiplication table of 3. We read three times table as: One time three is 3 Two times three is 6 Three times three is 9 Four times three is 12
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In 2 times table we will learn how to read and write multiplication table of 2. We read two times table as: One time two is 2 Two times two is 4 Three times two is 6 Four times two is 8 Five times
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In 10 times table we will learn how to read and write multiplication table of 10. We read ten times table as: One time ten is 10 Two times ten is 20 Three times ten is 30 Four times ten is 40
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