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What is a Fraction? Making a Fraction Equivalent Fractions Comparing Fractions ????
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How many numbers are in a fraction?
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How many numbers are in a fraction?
2
The bottom number in a fraction is called?
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The bottom number in a fraction is called?
Denominator
The top number in a fraction is called?
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The top number in a fraction is called?
Numerator
The number 1 rule of fractions is...
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The number 1 rule of fractions is...
EQUAL PARTS
A fraction with the same numerator and denominator equals ___________.
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A fraction with the same numerator and denominator equals ___________.
1 or a whole
Draw a picture showing one-half, and write the fraction.
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Draw a picture showing one-half, and write the fraction.
1/2 Look at picture
Draw a picture showing two-sixths and write the fraction.
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Draw a picture showing two-sixths and write the fraction.
2/6 Look at picture
How many is one-third of 9?
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How many is one-third of 9?
3
How many are two-thirds of 15?
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How many are two-thirds of 15?
6
I had 20 gummies. 6 of them were yellow, 4 of them were green, and 2 of them were red. What fraction of my gummies were yellow?
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I had 20 gummies. 6 of them were yellow, 4 of them were green, and 2 of them were red. What fraction of my gummies were yellow?
6/20
Equivalent fractions are ________ to each other.
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Equivalent fractions are ________ to each other.
Equal
True or false? 1/2=3/6
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True or false? 1/2=3/6
True
What are 3 equivalent fractions to 1/3?
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What are 3 equivalent fractions to 1/3?
2/6, 3/9, 4/12, 5/15, 6/18, 10/30...
What are 3 equivalent fractions for 1/5?
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What are 3 equivalent fractions for 1/5?
2/10, 3/15, 4/20, 5/25, 6/30, 10/50....
What are three equivalent fractions for 3/4?
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What are three equivalent fractions for 3/4?
6/8, 9/12, 12/16, 15/20, 18/24, 30/40...
What symbols do we use when comparing fractions?
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What symbols do we use when comparing fractions?
<, >, =
Compare 1/2 ___ 3/5
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Compare 1/2 ___ 3/5
<
Compare 1/5 ___ 2/8
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Compare 1/5 ___ 2/8
<
Compare 1/3 ___ 3/9
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Compare 1/3 ___ 3/9
=
Sydney had a candy bar and she ate 3/4 of it. Her little brother also had a candy bar and he ate 2/3 of it. Who ate more?
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Sydney had a candy bar and she ate 3/4 of it. Her little brother also had a candy bar and he ate 2/3 of it. Who ate more?
Sydney
If I have 3 cookies and I give 1/2 of one to my friend, how many cookies do I have left?'>
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If I have 3 cookies and I give 1/2 of one to my friend, how many cookies do I have left?'>
2 1/2
3 1/2 is a _________ number.'>
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3 1/2 is a _________ number.'>
Mixed
Draw a picture showing 2 and 2/4.'>
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Draw a picture showing 2 and 2/4.'>
Look at Pictures
1 1/2 hours= ______ minutes'>
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1 1/2 hours= ______ minutes'>
90 minutes
1/3 of an hour= _____ minutes'>
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1/3 of an hour= _____ minutes'>
20 minutes
I have a bag with 4 cubes in it. I want to take out a sphere half as often as I do a cube. How many spheres should I put in the bag?
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I have a bag with 4 cubes in it. I want to take out a sphere half as often as I do a cube. How many spheres should I put in the bag?
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