Lesson: Simplifying Fractions Using Common Factors Glencoe Math • Course 1 • Volume 1 • Go Math! • Grade 4 • Common Core • Math Connects • Concepts, Skills, and Problem Solving • Course 2 • Student Edition • Math Connects • Concepts, Skills, and Problem Solving • Course 1 • Student Edition • Math Connects • Grade 5 • Student EditionMathematics
In this lesson, we will learn how to find the simplest form of a proper fraction by dividing the numerator and denominator by a common factor.
Sample Question Videos
30 pupils out of a class of 50 pupils went on a trip. What fraction of the class went on the trip?
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