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Christian Lawson-Perfect 2 years, 2 months agoCreated this as a copy of Converting between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions.
|Converting between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions||Should not be used||Lauren Richards||28/07/2017 15:00|
|Select the fraction not equivalent to the others - small denominators||Ready to use||Christian Lawson-Perfect||01/08/2017 15:16|
|Select the fraction not equivalent to the others - large denominators||Ready to use||Christian Lawson-Perfect||01/08/2017 15:16|
|Convert mixed numbers into improper fractions||Should not be used||Christian Lawson-Perfect||30/07/2017 20:18|
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This question is used in the following exams:
- Fractions by Christian Lawson-Perfect in Transition to university.
- My first exam by betsi sanders in betsi's workspace.
- Fractions by Angus Rosenburgh in Angus's workspace.
- Edmund's copy of Fractions by Edmund Nevin in Edmund's workspace.
- Exam 1. Test by Amit Jaiswal in Amit's workspace.
- Arithmetic by Katie Bullen in Katie's workspace.
- Fraction Test Exam by Sarah Dodds in Sarah's workspace.
- Huuuuuge test by Angus Rosenburgh in Angus's workspace.
- Nick's copy of Fractions by Nick Walker in Nick's workspace.
- Blathnaid's copy of Nick's copy of Fractions by Blathnaid Sheridan in Blathnaid's workspace.
- NUMBAS - Numerical Fractions by Katy Dobson in Katy's workspace.
- Regning med brøk I by Andreas Holmstrom in Andreas's workspace.
- MATH1601 Quiz 1 by Blathnaid Sheridan in Blathnaid's workspace.
- Possible applicable questions from previous year by Tom Bold in Transition to university maths.