With the introduction of multiple worksheets, there is a need for all students to read the mixing ratios and become familiar with their worksheet conversions. Converting mixed numbers to improper fractions is one of the most difficult tasks students have to do.
This can be especially difficult because there are multiples of percentages which makes it difficult to convert the percentages from one percentage to another. If the students are unable to follow what is written on the multiplication chart, they could potentially lose more of their time and end up with numbers that could never make sense. Some of the methods used in these conversions can be found below.
When students first start learning how to use the worksheet to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions, they may need to begin with converting single percentage values into multiples of percentages and vice versa. It can be a good idea to always keep one number on hand so that if the students are unable to convert to an improper fraction, they can just read that single number.
In order to teach the students how to convert multiple decimal places, certain percentage numbers, or even mixed numbers into improper fractions, it is best to use a chart. There are numerous chart selections that can be made to suit the needs of the student and teachers alike.
If there are going to be two students to collaborate on a project, it is best to have each student use appropriate paper board dividers. These dividers are used to separate the two students so that they will not come into contact with each other while making the conversion.
Most students understand that the conversion from several percent values to either improper fractions or some percentage values is based on the ratio of the mixing ratio. Students who do not understand the mixing ratio can use small dividers as a way to illustrate the mixing ratio while explaining the conversion process.
If a student is unable to convert the numbers which are mixed in between these percentages, they should keep this number combination in mind and explain the conversion process to them. Sometimes students could add together the ratio values in order to convert the quantities to the proper fractions but many students do not understand this and would rather work the problem out on their own.
One way to help them understand the conversion process is to have them demonstrate their conversions to the students who are unaware of the way the conversion process works. This can be done by handing out sample conversions to these students and they can then ask their own questions and students can then try to imitate these conversions in the actual conversion process.