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FRACTION:
A number that has two parts: part and whole

Numerator:
represents the part of the whole (top number)

Denominator:
Represents the whole or sum of the parts (bottom number)

Factors:
Numbers you can multiply together to get another number

Multiplication:
the addition of a number to itself as often as is indicated by another number

Division:
To separate into groups parts or sections

Addition:
The process of uniting two or more numbers into one greater number

Subtraction:
represents the operation of removing objects from a collection

Method:
a particular form of procedure for accomplishing or approaching something

Multiplication Method:
 1. look at the numbers in the fraction
 2. find the numbers that divide into both the numerator and denominator evenly
 3. make sure you choose the biggest multiple so that you do not have two repeat steps
 4. make sure it's in the simplest form

Division Method:
 1. look at the numbers of the numerator and the denominator
 2. choose the number that divides into the denominator and numerator
 3. divide the chosen number by the denominator
 4. reduce to it's simplest form

Addition Method (like denominators required):
 1. line up the fraction vertically
 2. add the numerators
 3. place the answer over the common or like denominator
 4. reduce if possible

Subtraction Method (like denominator required):
 1. line up the fraction horizontally
 2. subtract the numerators only
 3. reduce fraction if necessary

Multiplication Method (Examples):
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Division Method (Examples):
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Addition Method (Examples):
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Subtraction Method (Examples):
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