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How can we show 25 hundredths graphically?

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Shade in a (perfect) square within your square. Now… imagine that your original square is equal to one. (It has an area of 1cm²). What is shaded in is less than one. You have shaded in a fraction of the whole (or a decimal because it is less than one).

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Show So the area of the colored part is 16/25 (moins que 1).

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We multiply the denominators. We multiply the numerators. We reduce our final answers to lowest terms.

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64= 1.21

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P. 11 #3, #5e-h, #7a-d, #8e-l, #9e-h Quiz tomorrow

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