AIMS Look-Alike Warm-Up

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Mixed Numbers
&
Improper
Fractions
Objectives
• Objective: We will convert improper
fractions to mixed numbers and mixed
numbers to improper fractions.
• Language Objective: We will use key
words convert, mixed number, and
improper fraction.
Vocabulary
• convert – to change
from one form to
another
• mixed number – a
whole number and a
fraction
• improper fraction – a
fraction larger than
one whole; the
numerator is larger
than the denominator
Mixed Numbers
• A mixed number has a part that is a
whole and a part that is a fraction.
=
1
3
4
Write the mixed number:
=
3
3
4
Write the mixed number:
=
5
1
2
Write the mixed number:
=
2
2
3
Mixed Number → Improper Fraction
1. Multiply the whole number times the
denominator
2. Add your answer to the
Add numerator
the
3. Put that number overnumerator
the denominator
Put that number
Multiply the whole
number times
the denominator
+1
over the
denominator
5
2
2x2
=
2
1
2
5
2
Convert the mixed number to an
improper fraction:
4
1
2
9
2
Convert the mixed number to an
improper fraction:
6
2
3
20
3
Convert the mixed number to an
improper fraction:
3
2
5
17
5
Convert the mixed number to an
improper fraction:
4
3
4
19
4
Convert the mixed number to an
improper fraction:
6
1
3
19
3
Convert the mixed number to an
improper fraction:
8
3
5
43
5
Improper Fractions
• A fraction in which the numerator is
greater than the denominator.
8
=
4
Write the improper fraction:
19
= 4
Write the improper fraction:
11
= 2
Write the improper fraction:
9
= 3
Improper Fraction → Mixed Number
1. Divide the numerator by the denominator
2. Put the remainder over the denominator
Divide the
numerator by
the denominator
2 R1
2 5 2
4
1
5
= 2
Write the
remainder
over the
denominator
2
1
2
Convert the improper fraction to a
mixed number:
7
3
2
1
3
Convert the improper fraction to a
mixed number:
8
3
2
2
3
Convert the improper fraction to a
mixed number:
9
2
4
1
2
Convert the improper fraction to a
mixed number:
11
5
2
1
5
Convert the improper fraction to a
mixed number:
10
5
If there is no
remainder then
your answer is a
whole number!
2
Convert the improper fraction to a
mixed number:
16
4
4
Conclusion
• At the bottom of today’s notes,
complete this sentence:
• One thing I need to remember from
today’s lesson is…

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