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27 Comments
Mr. Bigsby
10/5/2015 05:47:14 pm
Are there any mixed numbers that you think would be too complicated to convert to an improper fraction? Challenge me...
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George
10/8/2015 05:59:14 pm
Hi
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10/6/2015 01:26:03 pm
Nope, but I would like to know how to subtract mixed numbers.
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Mr. Bigsby
10/6/2015 06:48:18 pm
We follow the same rules as adding.
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Nicole Groleau
10/6/2015 01:48:28 pm
No, but I would like to know how to subtract and add positive and negative mixed numbers with unlike denominators:)
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Matt Waltz
10/6/2015 04:53:28 pm
Madison you multiply
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Mr. Bigsby
10/6/2015 06:49:24 pm
We will follow all the steps we have learned and finally put them all together.
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madison
10/6/2015 02:47:26 pm
no, but I would like to know how to subtract mixed numbers with unlike denaminators like what are the steps?
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Mr. Bigsby
10/6/2015 06:51:12 pm
1) Convert to improper fractions
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Madison Dederick
10/6/2015 02:48:53 pm
no,but I would like to know how to subtract mixed numbers with unlike denaminators? Like what are the steps?
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Jordan Johnson
10/6/2015 03:03:14 pm
No,but I would like to know how to subtract the mix number with unlike denominators.
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Rebekah
10/6/2015 05:19:13 pm
It really helps me understand mixed numbers. Are we going to learn how to divide mixed numbers?
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Mr. Bigsby
10/6/2015 06:52:08 pm
Yes! Multiplying and Dividing rational numbers is next.
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Jordyn
10/6/2015 07:51:53 pm
When we divide unlike denominators the denominators have to be the same and the quotient will be the quotient of the numerators😳😳😳😳??????????????
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Mr. Bigsby
10/7/2015 06:41:13 pm
No, multiplying and dividing work a little different. Much easier actually!
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Casey
10/7/2015 04:46:19 am
Will we have to divide negative improper fractions?
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Mr Bigsby
10/8/2015 06:36:21 am
Yep, next Unit.
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katie
10/7/2015 04:11:28 pm
this really helped me
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Ethan
10/7/2015 04:13:23 pm
Very helpful
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Evan
10/8/2015 04:29:20 pm
Thanks
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ricky sears
10/9/2015 11:47:03 am
thanks
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Savannah
10/20/2015 12:48:41 pm
Very Helpful
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Laiza
10/21/2015 03:24:04 pm
Good video😎😎
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antwan
10/23/2015 09:54:09 am
this is easy
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Tyneisha
10/26/2015 02:00:55 pm
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Gavin
10/28/2015 06:58:01 pm
Thx pretty helpful😬
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6/25/2019 10:46:29 pm
When I was in elementary school, I was taught to multiply the denominator to the whole number and then add the numerator. The resulting number would be the new numerator now. That is the way to convert mixed number to improper fraction. This rule has has been implanted in my mind even though I am 37 now.
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