Mathematics – Form 1 Chapter 3.1 - Fraction By Kelvin

3.1 Introduction:

3.1 Introduction What is fraction? ½ Fraction has numerator and denominator. The top of the fraction is called the numerator. The bottom of the fraction is called the denominator. Fraction has three types: 1. Mixed number 2. Proper fractions 3. Improper fractions

3.2 Read fractions and describe them as parts of a whole:

3.2 Read fractions and describe them as parts of a whole Fraction Description Read as ½ One out of two parts One over two Two out of three parts Two over three ¾ Three out of four parts Three over four Five out of eight parts Five over eight Seven out of twelve parts Seven over twelve Nine out of ten parts Nine over ten

3.3 Represent fractions with diagram :

3.3 Represent fractions with diagram And 3.4 Write fractions for given diagram NOT available

3.5 Determine the position of fractions on number line:

3.5 Determine the position of fractions on number line 0 ½ 1 1½ 2 2½ 3 0 ¼ ½ ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾

Exercise 3.1:

Exercise 3.1 Fraction has what? What is numerator? What is denominator? Fraction has how many types? List the types of fraction: a) b) c)

Exercise 3.2:

Exercise 3.2 Write the description of each fraction. ½ ¼ ¾ Write in word of each fraction. ½ ¼ ¾

Exercise 3.5:

Exercise 3.5 Continue the number line.

SEE FOR Next chapter cHApter 3.2:

SEE FOR Next chapter cHApter 3.2 This is the last of chapter 3.1 Last comment

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