## Multiplying Unit Fractions and Whole Numbers

Example Completing problems like the one above is pretty straightforward as long as both numbers can be expressed as factors. Read more →...

## Adding Fractions: Common Denominator Part 2

Solve: To add these two fractions we need to find a common denominator. IT will be the LCM of 11 and 13. However, 11 and 13 don’t share a common factor so their LCM will be the product of 11 and 13. 11 x 13 = 143 Therefore: For the fraction, 4/11, since we multiplied…...

## More Division of Decimals!!!

Dividing a Decimal by a Whole Number Example Divide 5.005 by 7 Rewrite  in the proper form for division. Remember to keep track of the decimal! All you have to do now is treat the problem as you would a regular long division problem. The answer is .715. Dividing a Whole Number by a Decimal…...

## Adding Fractions with Different Denominators

Example Find the sum and write the answer as a mixed number. Here we have two fractions but different denominators. The first thing that should be done when working with fractions is to check is there is a common denominator. If there is no common denominator then we need to give them the same denominator.…...

## Dividing to get Decimals

Follow the examples below then complete the quiz for practice. Example 1 Divide 63 by 35. First we place the numbers in the correct format for division. We work out this problem as we would work on any other long division problem. The difference with this example is that we have a remainder: We could…...

## Dividing by Two Digits with No Remainder

Follow the example below then complete the questions in the quiz for practice. Divide 9815 by 65. First we place the numbers in the correct formation for division. Consider each number one by one. How many times does 65 go into 9? It does not. The number nine is much smaller than the number 65.…...