Category: Multiplication

Order of Operations PEMDAS

The Order of Operations: PEMDAS Rule

In Japan, the math problem went viral after a study found that only 60% of individuals in their 20’s were able to get the correct answer, lower than the 90% success rate in the 1980s. This study reflects the reality around the world that more and more students have given less importance to mastering the […]

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Equivalent Fractions

Equivalent fractions are fractions that represent the same size even if the numbers look different. Let’s take a look at the pizzas below. The two fractions have different numerators and denominators, but they represent the same size of pizza slices. when simplified, is actually . It is important to remember that these two fractions still […]

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Multiplication and Division of Fractions

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

The truth is multiplying and dividing fractions are easier than adding and subtracting fractions. It does not require a lot of steps because it only involves multiplying and simplifying.  When multiplying fractions, you take the numerators and multiply them. You also do the same with the denominators. If needed, the final product is then simplified […]

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Learn ZOE Math Question and Answer Activity

Learn ZOE Math Questions with Answers

In this blog, there are 21 math questions that Learn ZOE teachers prepared for you. The questions are based on different grade levels and once the answer is revealed, there will be a detailed explanation of how we got the correct answer. Feel free to answer the questions first before revealing the answers. Kindergarten Questions […]

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Learn ZOE Simplying Fractions Math Activity

Simplifying Fractions

What is a Fraction? A fraction represents a part of a whole. It describes equal parts of an object or a group like one-half, one-fourth, two-eighths, etc. For example, a slice of pizza is a fraction of the whole pizza. The top number (numerator) tells us how many parts we have. The bottom number (denominator) […]

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