Unlike Fractions - Definition and Examples
Unlike fractions, also called dissimilar fractions, are fractions that have different denominators.
For example, the fractions 1/6 and 5/11 are unlike fractions.
The denominator of 1/6 is 6 and the denominator of 5/11 is 11.
More examples of unlike fractions
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