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Compare Unit Fractions
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Compare Fractions on the Number Line
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In these free math worksheets, you will learn how to represent and compare unit fractions.
How to compare unit fractions?
Comparing unit fractions involves determining which of two or more unit fractions is greater or smaller. A unit fraction is a fraction where the numerator (top number) is 1.
We can use visual aids such as fraction strips, fraction bars, circles, or number lines to represent the unit fractions.
For example, we will be able to see that 1/3 is greater than 1/4.
Imagine a pizza cut into 3 slices and another same size pizza cut into 4 slices. We can visualize that the slice of pizza that was cut into 3 parts would be bigger than the slice of pizza that was cut into 4 parts.
The fraction with the larger denominator has smaller pieces, so it represents a smaller fraction of the whole. In this case, 1/4 is smaller than 1/3.
We can also compare the denominators of the unit fractions. A smaller denominator means larger pieces, indicating a bigger fraction.
For example, 1/4 is greater than 1/6.
Have a look at this video if you need to learn how to compare unit fractions.
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Compare Unit Fractions Worksheet #1
Compare Unit Fractions Worksheet #2
Compare Unit Fractions Worksheet #3
Compare Unit Fractions Worksheet #4
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Simplify Proper & Improper Fractions
Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
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