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#### Chris Graham3 years ago

I've changed the status to "should not be used", as this has been split into separate questions.

#### Chris Graham3 years ago

Gave some feedback: Should not be used

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#### Elliott Fletcher3 years ago

I wasn't sure if you still wanted to keep this question or not since you've split it into two seperate questions, but i thought because the content of this question is still different to that in the questions that you have created then i could just rename this question from "Equivalent Fractions" to "Converting between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions".

#### Christian Lawson-Perfect3 years ago

Saved a checkpoint:

I'm splitting these into separate questions, so here's a checkpoint with everything together.

#### Lauren Richards3 years, 1 month ago

Gave some feedback: Needs to be tested

#### Christian Lawson-Perfect3 years, 1 month ago

Gave some feedback: Has some problems

#### Christian Lawson-Perfect3 years, 1 month ago

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In the advice, I don't find the justifications for parts a and b very clear at all. I'd say, for example, "$\frac{3}{18} = \frac{3}{3} \times \frac{1}{6}$", not "$1 \times 3 = 3$ and $6 \times 3 = 18$ to give $\frac{3}{18}$". The latter looks like it's working backwards. Your worked solution should reproduce the steps a student could take to get to the right answer.

The formatting in the advice for part c has gone awry, with some lines centred that shouldn't be.

#### Lauren Richards3 years, 1 month ago

Gave some feedback: Needs to be tested

#### Elliott Fletcher3 years, 1 month ago

I think this question is really good and works well. I just noticed a few grammatical things that might need to be changed.

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a) good

b) good

c) good, but i think you should say "reduce them down to their simplest form" instead of "reduce down to their simplest form".

d) the i and ii should be in italics as they are in part c) (maybe shouldn't be bold too).

Not entirely sure, but i think there should be full stops after each of the fractions with the gaps on them in parts c and d.

I can't tell if you have done this or not, but it might be worth checking that when you are typing the a), b), c) etc in the advice, that you are just setting the format of each of them to "heading 4" and not making them bold as well.

I think "was" should be "is" in a) and b)

I would get rid of the "and", after the semi-colon, on the fifth line of a)

In c),

I think you need to add a line of text before your definitions of improper fractions and mixed numbers, for example i would write

"A mixed number is a number consisting of an integer and a proper fraction,

I.e a number of the form

a (b)/(c) where a is an integer and b/c is a proper fraction"

In d),

in i) and ii) i would add an extra line after you say what the new numerator of the proper fraction is. I think you need to simplify the proper fraction first before combining it with the integer to form the mixed number. I would say "Therefore, the proper fraction is ...". Then simplify it and then combine the simplified proper fraction with the integer at the end. Also, i think when you give the final answer i think you should put the improper fraction that you are changing before it to make the full transformation clear, e.g 13/6 = 2 1/6.

I would also change "This is in this question" to "In this question, this is".

Otheriwise, this looks good!

#### Elliott Fletcher3 years, 1 month ago

Gave some feedback: Has some problems

#### Lauren Richards3 years, 1 month ago

Gave some feedback: Needs to be tested

#### Lauren Richards3 years, 1 month ago

Gave some feedback: Has some problems

#### Lauren Richards3 years, 1 month ago

Gave some feedback: Needs to be tested

#### Chris Graham3 years, 1 month ago

Gave some feedback: Has some problems

#### Chris Graham3 years, 1 month ago

'Which fraction is the odd one out?"... the first, because they are one digit numbers?

I think it's too vague. "Select the fraction which is not equivilant" would be more precise, or if you want to keep the phrase because it's catchy: "Which is the odd one out? Select the fraction which is not equivilant."

In (c) and (d), include $=$ inside the LaTeX.

In the advice you have "time(s)", because the variable round could take the value 1. You could replace this text, making use of the jme function if: {if(rounds=1,"time","times")}.

#### Lauren Richards3 years, 1 month ago

Gave some feedback: Needs to be tested

#### Lauren Richards3 years, 1 month ago

Created this.
Converting between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Should not be used Lauren Richards 20/11/2019 14:47
Select the fraction not equivalent to the others - small denominators Ready to use Christian Lawson-Perfect 20/11/2019 14:42
Select the fraction not equivalent to the others - large denominators Ready to use Christian Lawson-Perfect 20/11/2019 14:42
Convert mixed numbers into improper fractions Should not be used Christian Lawson-Perfect 20/11/2019 14:47
A copy of Converting between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions draft Thoan Do 18/02/2020 05:07
Select the fraction not equivalent to the others - small denominators Ready to use John Ian Keng 27/06/2020 07:03
Select the fraction not equivalent to the others - large denominators Ready to use John Ian Keng 27/06/2020 07:02

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