This **online math game allows you to revise the operations on fractions**. It is an excellent training exercise for fraction calculation.
It allows **kids to review online and improve their calculation skills with fractions**.
This cross product game is a great way to learn about equal fractions.
Using the following properties of fractions helps to find the solutions to the game:

- Properties When you multiply the numerator and denominator of a fraction by the same non-zero number, you get a fraction that is equal to it. For example: `3/4=(5*3)/(5*4)=15/20`.
- Propriétés Properties When we divide the numerator and denominator of a fraction by the same non-zero number, we get a fraction that is equal to it. For example: `20/6=(20/2)/(6/2)=10/3`.

This game on fractions is a mathematical MCQ on fractions whose goal is simple: you just have to find the missing integer so that the equality between the two proposed fractions is verified.
As for the other math games, **the fraction game will give you the solution** if you don't find it.
For example, in the following fraction equality `?/5=16/20`, the number quotient game suggests to choose the right result in the following list: 1;2;5;9;4.

This **game on the quotients of whole numbers is adapted to all and particularly to kids**, with this game of fraction,
juniors will be able to practise calculation on the fractions and to implement the techniques of products in cross.
This number game on the quotients also allows juniors to initiate themselves to the resolution of equation through the operations with holes.
This **game on fractions is also a good exercise for the development of mental calculation skills of juniors**.

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