## Friday, 20 November 2020

### Unit 4 - Equivalent fractions

Hello, hello!
We keep working on fractions. This time we're finding the relationship between them:

Here you have an explanation:

Here you have some activities to practice:

I hope you find these useful!
Bye, bye, butterflies!

1. Hello remei we Martina F and me Patri we are studying a lot of maths but we don't understand the exercise 4 of the worksheet that you gave us in class.

Can you explain us, please IS BECAUSE WE ARE DOING HOMEWORK.

OF MARTINA F AND PATRI

ESQUE MARTINA SE HA QUEDADO EN MI CASA

THANKYOU

1. Hello, girls! Exercise 4 from the worksheet is the same as the one we did with a lot of equivalent fractions. You had to look for an easy fraction to look the relationship they have, in order to find the other part of the fraction. For example, in a), you should ask yourselves what the relationship is between 90 and 5 (denominator1 and denominator3) because it looks easy. What we did was divide 90 by 18. So I have to do the same to numerator1 in order to find numerator3.
I hope you understood!
Good luck!