Denominator- The number which tells how many equal parts are needed to make a whole. (bottom number on a fraction)
Numerator- The number which tells the part(s) in the fraction. (top number in the fraction)
Unit Fraction- Is where the numerator of the fraction is one.
Proper Fraction- When the numerator is less than the denominator.
Improper Fraction- When the numerator is larger than the denominator.
Common Fractions- Proper and improper fractions.
Mixed Numbers- When a whole number is combined with fractions.
Equivalent Fractions- Equal fractions. (example 1/3=3/9)
Lowest Terms- If there is no whole number other than one that divides by both, the fraction is in lowest terms.
GCM- GCM stands for greatest common multiple. It means the greatest whole number that divides two whole numbers.
Common Denominator- A denominator that is the same in two fractions.
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