I had a hard time finding one today and by the time I found one, YDS was almost done doodling on the white paper with paint. I did not plan on having art for him today, he decided that he wanted to do one. And the last minute I have to find one. So, for those who are in the same boat, hopefully google will find this.
Yes, I found plenty of color wheel, however, I prefer the old fashion one. I have to make one and put it up along with other color wheels my YDS will do. Actually, I should have started with primary colors and work from there. However, I rather start somewhere when I can. There will be a chance that I will not be able post any of them, something is better than nothing...I guess.
I will explain the procedure the way I understand it. This took a few try before I was able to comprehend the concept...:))
Ex: 27 divided 3/5 = 27/1 divided 5/3, you need to flip the fraction and make the whole number a fraction also by putting one as the denominator, because 27/27 is 1. Then you need to write it as multiplication. 27/1 x 5/3 simplify if you can. With my example you can simplify the cris-cross multiplication 27 x 3 is 27 divided 3 equals 9 (how many 3 in 27) and 3 divided 3 equals 1 (how many 3 in 3), now 5 x 1 becomes 5 divided 5 equals 1 (how many in 1 in 5). You can't do much there so the fraction is 5/1.
Now let's recap, 27/1 x 5/3 = simplify the numerator 27 to 9 and simplify the denominator 3 to 1. 27/1 x 5/3 = 9/1 x 5/1 = 45/1 or 45.
27/1 x 5/3 = 135/3...however, you still need to find the simplest form of 135/3. You need to find out how many 3 in 135, which is 45.
I guess the second version is shorter. And this is my VERSION. So when dividing a whole number with a fraction, first you need to make the whole number to a fraction then work from there. I think....:)) and why do we need this operation exactly?