## Equivalent Fractions Calculator

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Fractions can be way difficult to absorb for some students when they first start with the topic. Especially, when dealing with equivalent fractions; it seems that they do not get the head or tail of anything. The concept in reality is very simple; but if the logic still eludes you, you can try using an , till you get the hang of it.

Your math teacher tells you the equivalent fractions are two or more fractions that have the same value, but have different forms. In simple words, these fractions can be defined as fractions having the same overall value, or the same simplest ratio. These fractions indicate the same part of a whole. The easiest way to explain equivalent fractions is using the example if a round apple pie. Whether you divide a pie into two pieces and take one, or out of four pieces take 2, or further on out of 8 pieces take 4; you still get one-half of the pie to eat. So we can conclude that 1/2 is same as 2/4 or 4/8; they all are equivalent fractions.

The technique to simplify a fraction is very easy; both numerator and denominator must be divided by the same number to reduce the fraction. So remember that the value of a fraction does not change if you multiply or divide the whole fraction by the same number. Remember that the number you use for division must divide without leaving a remainder. Both the numerator and denominator of a fraction must always be whole numbers; so you can know when you have arrived at the simplest answer & cannot reduce the fraction any further. And remember, only multiplication and subtraction is valid when reducing fractions; do not try to perform addition or subtraction while reducing your fractions.

The easiest way when working with conference is to use fraction calculator to check your answers. This will boost your confidence & in the long run help you with your math homework. But remember, that using the these calculator will only validate your answer; you still have to learn how to arrive at that answer in the first place.

The prized scientific calculator of your elder sister can act as your ; you can easily check your answers using it. On the other hand, there are many math websites today offering their own version of , you can easily search & bookmark your favourite one to verify your answers. You can also ask your nerd brother to write a short program for an ; whether he uses C

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