(a) Be able to simplify, add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions, including mixtures of improper fractions, integers and mixed numbers. (b) Deal with fractions nested within fractions. (c) Solve problems involving successive fractions of a remaining amount. (d) Solve problems involving finding the original amount before a fraction of it was taken.

On slide 12, there might be a slight error for the answer of 3 1/2 + 5 1/3 ............ :/

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## 18th Oct 2017 Flag Comment

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