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It’s All About The Numbers Fractions, decimals, and percents
Terrance Jones scored 12 out of 18 baskets. What fraction of his shots did he make? List the fraction in the lowest terms. Question 1
Davis has blocked 43 more shots than Jones. If Jones has blocked 45 shots, how many has Davis blocked? Question 2
Miller scored 4 out of 7 three point goals. What percentage of his 3-pointers did he make? Question 3
Doron Lamb mad 8 out of 12 free throw shots. What fraction of his shots did he make? What percentage is this? Question 4
Vargas missed only 3 out of 15 dunks attempted last year. Explain how you could what percent he missed. Question 5
Teague has scored in 12 out of 13 games. Explain how you could list this as a fraction, and as a percent. Question 6
Kidd-Gilchrist made 28 assists over the last 5 games. What is his average number of assists per game? Question 7
Whitjer made 15 out of 20 free throws. Write tis fraction in the lowest terms. What percent would this be? Question 8
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