Fractions eBook Review: Fractions Made Easy
Publisher: Fractions Made Easy
Review Of Fractions Made Easy eBook
This Fractions Made Easy eBook was written by Jetser Carasco, a certified math teacher who majored in mathematics. Jetser Carasco is currently a math teacher in high school and has four years experience in teaching. The Fractions eBook was created to help anyone get a deep and thorough understanding of fractions with top-notch illustrations.
The Fractions Made Easy Book starts off with number theory concepts that are crucial to quickly and effectively solve fractions problems. A picture is worth a thousand words. To this end, all lessons and most exercises are modeled with basic geometric figures such as circles, portions of circles, squares, rectangles, and some other custom made graphs to make fractions visual and concrete.
Then, at the end of each lesson, number theory concepts are used to strengthen concepts and to provide the reader with a shortcut to solve the same problem. Anybody who is serious about learning fractions, seeing fractions, and understanding the “whys” behind deep concepts of fractions should have a copy of this book in his/her possession.
For example, when multiplying fractions, most people know that they should just multiply the numerators and then multiply the denominators. However, very few people comprehend why we do this. The primary goal of the Fractions Made Easy book is to make it crystal why it make sense to do this or that.
The following topics are covered and they follow a logical development:
Lesson #0: Preliminaries
Lesson #1: Introduction to fractions
Lesson #2: Equivalent fractions
Lesson #3: Simplifying fractions
Lesson #4: Proper, improper fractions and mixed numbers
Lesson #5: Renaming mixed numbers/improper fractions
Lesson #6: Comparing fractions
Lesson #7: Adding fractions
Lesson #8: Subtracting fractions
Lesson #9: Multiplying fractions
Lesson #10: Dividing fractions
This Fractions Made Easy book is the only book you will ever need to master fractions once and for all!
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