Comparing – Unit Fractions Unit fractions are fractions in which numerator(top of the number) of the fraction is 1 and denominator(bottom number) of the fraction is a whole number. Example: 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/12, and so on. In a unit fraction, the numerator is always 1. In a fraction, denominator shows the number of […]

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Proper Fraction and Improper Fraction – Difference In this tutorial we learn difference between a proper fraction and an improper fraction. Proper Fraction Improper Fraction A “Proper Fraction” is a fraction whose numerator is smaller than it’s denominator. A “Improper Fraction” is a fraction whose numerator is equal to or greater than it’s denominator. Examples: 2/9, 3/7 and 1/8 […]

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Introduction – Pie Chart   Here we will discuss in brief about construction of a Pie Chart or Pie Graph from given data. Let us see what is a pie chart or pie graph. A “pie graph or (pie chart)” is a circular chart divided into sectors, each sector represents a proportionate part of a whole. […]

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Ascending and Descending order    Ascending order When we arrange the data from smallest to greatest, order it is called Ascending order.  Example- 5, 12, 26, 38, 45.        In this example we see that 5 is less then 12,       12 is less then 26, 26 is less then 38,and 38   […]

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We use many objects in our daily life, which are round in shape, such as wheels of a vehicle, sun, moon, a dinner plate, button of shirts etc. These are real examples of a circle. Let’s study about circle and it’s parts. Definition:    1. Circle           A circle is a collection of […]

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Proper and Improper Fractions Proper Fraction: Definition A “Proper Fraction” is a fraction whose numerator is smaller than it’s denominator. Example: In below figure 1/5, is a proper fraction because numerator 1 is smaller than denominator 5. Similarly, 4/9, 3/7 and 5/8 are a proper fractions because every fraction has numerator is smaller than denominator. Some more […]

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