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# Fractions Help

Fractions are a type of Numbers. Fractions are defined as 'parts of a whole'. They are represented in the form of p /q. There are 2 parts of a Fraction:

• Numerator
• Denominator

There are different types of Fractions based on the values in the numerator and the denominator:

• Simple Fractions and Mixed Fractions- based on the parts of a fraction.
• Proper fractions and Improper Fractions- based on the comparitive values of the numerator and the denominator.

Students can learn to conduct various operations on Fractions when learning about them like:

1. Reducing fractionsto equivalent fractions
2. Simplifying fractions
3. Converting fractions into Decimals and Percentages
4. Adding, Subtracting, Multilying and dividing different types of fractions

## Help with Math Fractions

Students can avail all the help with math fractions from the expert tutors. Students get to learn the methodology and the steps to be involved in help with fractions. The steps involved vary from the normal simplification process. Therefore the students should learn the concepts clearly and understand how to implement them properly in order to solve the problems.

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The Math fraction help provides students all the help required in solving their homework problems with homework help and also for preparing for the examinations. The Math fractions help is provided online for the students by expert tutors. The students can take the help of the tutors to solve their assignment problems and also to understand the concepts involved in the computation and calculations clearly so that they can prepare well for the examinations. You also get free math fractions help from tutornext, so here learning is coming to you free of cost.

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## Online Fractions Help

The following are some examples of the different types of Fractions:

3/7 , 5/8, 6/11, etc,. are Proper Fractions

5/3, 9/2, 13/4, etc,. are Improper Fractions

11/3 , 31/7,21/5 etc,. are Mixed Fractions

3/10, 4/100, 7/1000 etc,. are Decimal Fractions

Students can choose the topic of choice from below:

Chapter 1: Introduction to fractions

Chapter 2: Simplifying fractions

Chapter 3: Reducing fractions

Chapter 5: Subtracting fractions

Chapter 6: Dividing fractions with mixed numbers

Chapter 7: Dividing fractions with variables

Chapter 8: Multiplying fractions

Chapter 9: Converting fractions to decimals

Chapter 10: Converting fractions to percentages