We have been working hard solving missing numbers in fractions, in fact we think we can solve fraction problem better than our parents. Why don’t you try to see if you can solve any of the questions we’ve been doing in class. All the work is the children own. Just click on this link and all the posts will open up.

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Werner JohnN+ 3/5= 2/3

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Aminur Rahman1/15 is the answer.

Aminur Rahman75/80 + N = 15/16 – 126/160

Can you do this calculation?

Sascha Cameron7/8 -n = 2/3 see if you can work this one Out what does n mean

Alexander StewardBoorneTry this 3/8 plus n equals 3/4

LillieRose LengaKroma4/9 + n = 5/6

What is n?

JimTry to do this one, you might need a pen and paper.

2/3 + n/5 – 3/5 = 38/60

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Adriano BrownMy question is 5/4+n=7/9

Alexander Li Gough6/4+5/12-7/8

Viona Duku1) 5/9+2/7=

Alexander StewardBoorneHas any parent been able to solve any of the problems