Equivalent Fractions

 teachMathematics: Equivalent Fractions

The activity aims to give a conceptual, visual representation of why there are a wide range of numerical fractions (an infinite amount?) that are actually equivalent i.e. represent the same amount e.g. = Move the slider on the applets below to find four equivalent fractions to enter in Excel in the orange boxes. In the white boxes should be the fraction simplified to its lowest terms. See this video below for an overview...


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