Advanced Starters:Showing only Fractions Advanced StartersFour Fraction Division: Explain why the answer to a series of fraction divisions is a whole number. [Topic(s): Fractions] Test Scores: Explore the misconception that when adding fractions you add both the numerators and the denominators [Topic(s): Fractions]

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