This Fraction Calculator will allow you to:

- Calculate 1 or more equivalent fractions (see the instructions below "How to Calculate Equivalent Fractions")
- Discover how to calculate equivalent fractions - every step of the fraction calculation is provided so you can check the answer against your own fraction calculations. Great for checking homework and coursework to validate your calculations before handling it in for marking

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Fraction as a Ratio | ||||

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Equivalent Fraction Formula | ||||

Equivalent Fraction = n × m/d × mn = d = m = | ||||

Equivalent Fraction Calculation | ||||

Equivalent Fraction = × / × Equivalent Fraction = /Equivalent Fraction = : |

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The following process explains how to calculate equivalent fractions using the Equivalent Fractions Calculator, you can use the same procedure to calculate equivalent fractions manually using a pen and paper, you simply need to manually calculate the parts where specified within square brackets [ like this ]

- Enter the Fraction into the Equivalent Fraction Calculator. [ Write the fraction down on paper ]
- The calculator will then convert the fraction into a fraction. [ Write the fraction above as a fraction ]
- Choose how you want to calculate equivalent fractions, your options within the calculator are:
**Specify a Multiplier**: This is the best option if you are checking your homework or coursework as you enter a specific multiplier to produce an exact equivalent fraction. This option produces one equivalent fraction. The calculator will display the working calculations so you can see how the equivalent fraction is calculated.**Sequential Multipliers**: This is a good option for viewing equivalent fractions in sequential amounts related to sequential whole numbers. This option produces 50 equivalent fractions, in sequence in a fraction table. The calculator will display the working calculations of the first multiplier only so you can see how the equivalent fraction is calculated, the same formula and calculations are used for each equivalent fraction calculation.**Random Multipliers**: This is a good option for creating random equivalent fractions, useful if you are a teacher and want to create a fraction table for students to practice simplifying fractions. This option produces 50 equivalent fractions, with random multipliers, in a fraction table. The calculator will display the working calculations of the first multiplier only so you can see how the equivalent fraction is calculated, the same formula and calculations are used for each equivalent fraction calculation.

- The calculator will then multiply the Numerator n and Denominator d by the Multiplier m. [ Write the multiplier down and multiply the denominator and the numerator by the multiplier.]
- You can then print or email the equivalent fraction(s) and calculations so you have a reference for later use.

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