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### Grade 1 - Mathematics2.23 Fractions - Without Simplification

 Explanation: Did you ever buy a cake and cut it in to pieces? If the pieces were all equal, then you can call them "fractions". If you make two equal parts of something, each part is called one-half and is shown as 1/2. If you make three equal parts of something, each part is called one-third and is shown as 1/3. If you make four equal parts of something, each part is called one-fourth and is shown as 1/4. Directions: Answer the following questions. Also write at least ten examples of your own.
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