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 Module 1 Introduction Learning Objectives Common Fractions 1 << Common Fractions 2 Common Fractions 3 Common Fractions 4 Multiplication of Fractions Dividing Common Fractions Multpilying Decimals 1 Multpilying Decimals 2 Dividing Decimals Ratios Proportions 1 Proportions 2 Percentage Quiz Module 2 Introduction Learning Objectives Metric Weight Conversions Apothecary Weight Conversions Weight 1 Weight 2 Conversion by Weight 1 Conversion by Weight 2 Conversion by Weight 3 Liquid Volume Conversions 1 Liquid Volume Conversions 2 Liquid Volume Conversions 3 Liquid Volume Conversions 4 Liquid Volume Conversions 5 Medication Administration 1 Medication Administration 2 Medication Administration 3 Medication Administration 4 Medication Administration 5 Medication Administration 6 Dosage Calculation 1 Dosage Calculation 2 Dosage Calculation 3 Dosage Calculation 4 Dosage Calculation 5 Dosage Calculation 6 Quiz Module 3 Learning Objectives Tubing Calculation IV Flow Rate Intravenous Therapy 1 Intravenous Therapy 2 Intravenous Therapy 3 Intravenous Therapy 4 Intravenous Therapy 5 Intravenous Therapy 6 Quiz References
 You are not-logged in and therefore NOT taking this tutorial for credit (LOGIN). Common Fractions A common fraction consists of a "numerator" (top number) and a "denominator" (bottom or ‘down’ number). A fraction is an expression of a "part" of a "whole" unit. Example: The common fractions, 1/3 and 1/4, share the number "1" as a numerator, and the numbers "3 and 4" are the denominators. Reminder! When the numerators of fractions are equal, the fraction with the lowest denominator has the "greater" value! Next Page