FractionsPractice is capable of generating thousands of sums involving fractions for students to practice on

Version:FractionsPractice is capable of generating thousands of sums involving fractions for students to practice on. FractionsPractice includes sums on equivalent fractions, improper fractions, mixed numbers, multiplication and division, addition and subtraction, order of calculations and sums involving brackets.2.0.1

License:Free To Try$16.99

Operating System:Mac OS X

Homepage: elemaths.com

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Four levels of difficulty, namely: Basic, Easy, Average and Advanced cater to students of different abilities and at different stages of the topic. Also excellent for students to practise their calculator skills on fractions.

This program covers the teaching and learning of fractions in three levels:

· Basic

· Equivalent fractions: reducing fractions to their lowest terms

· Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers

· Converting mixed numbers to improper fractions

· Easy

· Addition and subtraction of fractions

· Multiplication and division of fractions

· Miscelleneous types of sums

· Average

· Addition and subtraction of fractions

· Multiplication and division of fractions

· Miscelleneous types of sums

· Advanced (Same as for Average level, except with negative numbers)

· Addition and subtraction of fractions

· Multiplication and division of fractions

· Miscelleneous types of sums

· Decimals

· Addition and subtraction of decimals

· Multiplication and division of decimals

· Miscelleneous types of sums.

Here are some key features of "FractionsPractice":

· More than 60 worked examples provide help for students who have difficulty in doing the sums.

· You can print out a report at the end of each practice session. The report shows each sum with its correct answer and the student's answer marked. It also includes the percentage score, the average time taken to do each sum and other details.

· Fractions are presented in easy-to-read textbook style, both on screen and in the printout on paper. Answers are entered easily without the use of complicated steps or codes.

· Level: Designed for Secondary One, or Year 7 (Age: 12 years) and above, but may be suitable for Primary 6 (Year 6) and other levels.

Requirements:

· PowerPC Macintosh, including G3, G4 & G5 (Runs on Intel Macs under Rosetta)

· 5.5MB HD space

· 26MB RAM

· Screen resolution 800 x 600 at 16 bits or better