How To Get The Fraction Numbers From The Fraction Name

One of the starting points in Fractions is to know how to get the Fraction Numbers from the Fraction name.

For example the fraction one half has a 1 and a 2 in it and can be written as 1/2.

This video will show you how to get the Fraction Numbers from a Fraction’s name for some commonly used fractions like one half, one third, one quarter, one fifth and one thirteenth.

My bad, there’s no pdf even though I mention in the video that there is one to download – sorry about that.

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