CCSS

These are the resources that support this Common Core Standard.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NF.B.3.D

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MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 01

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 1. In this example, two fractions with a common denominator are added. The sum is already in simplified form.

MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 02

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 2. In this example, two fractions with a common denominator are added. The sum needs to be simplified.

MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 03

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 3. In this example, two fractions with different denominators are added. One denominator is a multiple of the other. The sum does not need simplification.

MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 04

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 4. In this example, two fractions with different denominators are added. One denominator is a multiple of the other. The sum needs to be simplified.

MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 05

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 5. In this example, two fractions with different denominators are added. LCD is not one of the denominators. The sum does not need to be simplified.

MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 06

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 6. In this example, two fractions with different denominators are added. LCD is not one of the denominators. The sum needs to be simplified.

MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 07

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 7. In this example, two fractions with different denominators are added. The denominators are relatively prime. The sum does not need to be simplified.

MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 08

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 8. In this example, two fractions with different denominators are added. The denominators are relatively prime. The sum needs to be simplified.

MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 09

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 9. In this example, two fractions with different denominators are added. One of the denominators is a prime number. The sum does not need to be simplified.

MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 10

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 10. In this example, two fractions with different denominators are added. One of the denominators is a prime number. The sum needs to be simplified.

MATH EXAMPLE: Adding Fractions: Example 11

Tutorial--Adding Fractions: Example 11. In this example, two fractions with different denominators are added. Both denominators are prime numbers. The sum does not need to be simplified.

Video Tutorial: Fractions: Multiplying Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers

Video Tutorial: Fractions: Multiplying Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers. In this video, students are shown how to multiply unit fractions by whole numbers.

A Video Transcript is available for this tutorial: https://media4math.com/library/video-transcript-fractions-multiplying-unit-fractions-whole-numbers