

Fraction TutorialA Visual TutorialThis Page: Tutorial Part 1: What is a Fraction ?  Tutorial Part 2. Interactive Powerpoint Tutorial Part 3: The numerator and denominator Related Links: Fractions Home  Visual Fractions  Fraction Maker Online  Fraction Tutorial  How To Simplify Fraction  Simplify Fraction Calculator  Fraction Pictures Printable Fraction Worksheets Fraction Tutorial Part I: The Concept of a fractionA fraction can be thought of as part of a whole. Below are several pictures that attempt to illustrate the concept of the fraction ½, ¼ and ¾ respectively
A visual representation of fractions as slices of a pizza pie. Let's imageine
that you ordered a pie of pizza that has 6 slices
This Page: Tutorial Part 1: What is a Fraction ?  Tutorial Part 2. Interactive Powerpoint Tutorial Part 3: The numerator and denominator
Part II of The Fraction Tutorial . Interactive Powerpoint
The visual powerpoint below should help tutor you in how to identify a fraction with a visual representation of that fraction (in this case slices of pizza). This Page: Tutorial Part 1: What is a Fraction ?  Tutorial Part 2. Interactive Powerpoint Tutorial Part 3: The numerator and denominator
The Numerator and the Denominator of a fraction
Practice Identifying Fractions based on their picture
The numerator is the number that is at the top of the fraction and represents how many 'things' we have. In our examples, the numerator represents how many slices of pizza are left. The denominator is the number that is at the bottom of the fraction and represents how many 'things' make up the whole. In other words, how many slices were in 1 whole pizza6. Therefore, 6 is the denominator in our example. 