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In I/GCSE Mathematics, fractions plays an important part in the syllabus. Let's figure it out now!

Fractions

- Fractions can be illustrated by dividing a shape into equal parts, and shading a certain number of these parts.
- The bottom number is the number of equal parts that diagram has been cut into, and the top number is the number of equal parts that has been shaded.

- There are some fractions examples below for I/GCSE Mathematics.

Equivalent fractions

- When writing equivalent fractions, do the same multiplication or division to the top and bottom numbers.
- For example, if you multiply the top by 2, you must also multiply the bottom by 2.
- More detailed examples are given below!!

Mixed numbers

Improper fractions

That's all for the basic fractions.