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## How do you find out the equivalent fractions?

How to Find Equivalent Fractions. Multiply both the numerator and denominator of a fraction by the same whole number. As long as you multiply both top and bottom of the fraction by the same number, you won’t change the value of the fraction, and you’ll create an equivalent fraction.

## What are some examples of fractions in everyday life?

Here are some examples of fractions in real life: Eating at a restaurant: Think about a time you go to a restaurant with friends and the waitress brings a single bill. To divide the total amongst the friends, you use fractions. Shopping: Think about the time you went shopping for a new school bag.

## What is an equivalent fraction wall?

A fraction wall is a visual representation to help students learn, compare and identify fractions, set out in the form of a wall. This is a great way to help students begin to understand the basics of fractions.

## What is the fraction 3/4 equivalent to?

Decimal and Fraction Conversion Chart

Fraction | Equivalent Fractions | |
---|---|---|

2/3 | 4/6 | 8/12 |

1/4 | 2/8 | 4/16 |

3/4 | 6/8 | 12/16 |

1/5 | 2/10 | 4/20 |

## What jobs do you use fractions in?

Anyone who calculates tax, like a cashier, is using fractions. Less trivial examples include any engineering job, many health-related and business jobs, and all science jobs.

## What is the conclusion of fractions?

1) Fractions are very much useful in making the calculations easier. 2) Concepts of equivalent fractions help us determine and calculate larger parts and reduce them into equivalent smaller parts. 3) Also, fractions can be transformed to decimals which is heavily used in our monetary system.

## Which is the bigger fraction?

As you saw, if two or more fractions have the same denominator, you can compare them by looking at their numerators. As you can see below, 3/4 is larger than 1/4. The larger the numerator, the larger the fraction.