
Fully animated ‘Fundamental concepts of fraction ’ introduces you to the basic concepts of fraction so that you can be geared up with solid fundamentals to solve tough problems easily. Real life problems with detailed explanations and graphical depiction makes learning a pleasure.

This animation has audio.
Category : Math Fractions
Type : Animation with sound
Animation Type : Regular
Total animation length: 38 minutes
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The animation has the following broad sections:
What is fraction?
Numerator, Denominator and bar in a fraction?
GCF and LCM
Equivalent fractions
Comparing fractions
Lowest terms in fractions
Refer details section for the table of content.


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Watch Fraction Made Easy or its other parts 1) Fundamental Concepts of Fractions 2) Kinds of Fractions 3) Mathematical Operations of Fractions shown above. Click on the above thumbnails to go to the fraction movie. 

Fractions find usage in every sphere of life; the animation of fraction has been prepared keeping in mind the confusions of students while solving math problems of fractions. This is an intuitive and interactive approach to fractions; there are short situational stories inside that explain the math concepts in a lucid manner inside a natural and real life environment. 

This is like an animated math tutorial but with entertainment and stories to make learning fractions a fun. A systematic approach explains about the basic structure of a fraction and how to simplify a complex one.


The following are covered in a detailed animated manner.
 What is fraction?
 What is a numerator in a fraction?
 What is a denominator in a fraction ?
 What is a bar in a fraction?
 Greatest common factor
 Least common multiple
 Equivalent fractions
 Comparing fractions
 Lowest terms in fractions
 Check your understanding section after chapters.





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