- This is a comprehensive review of fractions, decimals, and percents

- Fraction Model - from NCTM
- Percentages
- Solve __% of __ is __ problems. ("What percent of a number is a number")
*Note*:*the one drawback of this applet is that it does not allow for percents over 100%.*

- Make a Match
- Match Fraction-Decimal-Percent
- Fraction Sorter
- Fraction Four* - Two-person game.

- Fraction
Quiz
above.) Five type of questions to choose from: (1) Fraction asks you to +, -, x, ÷, fractions and mixed numbers, and determine which quantity is smaller; (2) Percentage has you find a percent as in "16 is what percent of 20" or find percent of a number as in "75% of 28"; (3) Percent<->Decimal has you convert from fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions; (4) Fraction<->Percentage asks you to convert to a percent; (5) Algebra asks you to solve basic algebra questions with fractions (including proportions).*Arithmetic Four** - Fractions at AAA Math - Variety of ways to practice and play games.

Percents Fractions and Decimals (PFD) – Rational Numbers and Proportional Reasoning

The Happy Birthday Song is a good way to learn and remember to use common denominators. (I'm still fixing the graphics and the Word file...)

"Happy Birthday Song"

Verse 1You must have common denominators,

You must have common denominators,

To add or subtr-act,

You must have common denominators.

Verse 2You must have like units,

You must have like units,

To add or subtr-act,

You must have like units.

Verse 3You must have like terms,

You must have like terms,

To add or subtr-act,

You must have like terms.

Verse 4You must have like radicals,

You must have like radicals,

To add or subtr-act,

You must have like radicals.

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James R. Olsen, Ph.D. ~ Western Illinois University

URL: www.wiu.edu/users/mfjro1/wiu/MathFundamentals/fractions/fractions.htm

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