
Just some tricks to break down a percentage if your phone battery goes dead and you don't have a calculator.


Multiplying the decimal version of a percent by a number to find that percentage amount.


Two examples of how to distribute


A couple of examples that combine sign combinations for diviision and using Keep/Change/Flip to convert fractioinal division to multiplication.


A discussion starting with where a single negative sign can be in a fraction, then finding common denominators in order to add or subtract the fractions.


Some examples of what to do when subtracting a negative number and more examples of adding or subtracting fractions


Simply dividing a fration  top divided by bottom, then taking the decimal value and changing it to a percent by multiplying by 100, and t hen finally rounding to the nearest tenth place of that…


Fraction conversions that are simpler than they look.


Conversions using money as a way to think them through.


Quick look at how to work it both ways


Quick look at why and how we multiply decimals in this situation


This simply describes the conversion of the whole number part of a mixed number into a fraction with the same denominator as the original fraction part ao they can be added together.


Just a short application of the "keep, change, flip" technique.


Uses the keep, change, flip mnemonic to demonstrate how you change all divisions of fractions to a multiplication of related fractions.


Thisi describes why and how we apply an exponent to the numerator and denominator of a fraction


Shows you how to flip numbers or fractions to get the reciprocal. Hope it is obvious that reciprocals multiplied equal one.
