In this tutorial you will learn how to determine and work with equivalent fractions.
If you do not know what an equivalent fraction is or how to find them, this is the video for you.
Taught by a real teacher, this clip will show you examples and give you tips on how to work with these types of numbers in your math classes.
If you follow along, you should pick this up quite quickly, and this process will also help you with other types of problems you may encounter. Good luck!
How To: Work with equivalent fractions
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