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### Course: Class 6 (Old)>Unit 5

Lesson 1: Fractions on the number line

# Fractions greater than 1 on the number line

Sal plots fractions greater than 1 on the number lines.

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• how is there a seven sixth?
• well if i have a pie that was cut into 6 equal slices and my friend has the same exact pie with the same size pieces and he gives me 1 piece.... then one whole pie would be 6/6 = 1 whole pie + 1/6 soo 1/6+6/6 would be 7/6ths or 1 1/6
• What do you mean by improper fraction
• a improper fraction is a fraction where the first number is bigger than the second number like 11/5.
• how is there is a 7/6?
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• There is 7/6 because 7/6 = 1 and 1/6
• There shouldn't be a 7/6 because that would be 1 and 1/6
• that exactly why theres 6/7
• can you make one more because I don't understand this one please and thank you
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• Why is this subject so easy?
(1 vote)
• Maybe because you understand it more easily than others do.
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• how is there 9/4s
(1 vote)
• italic this is hard
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• how did you like the video
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• i dont understand i failed math because of fractions