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October 21, 2009Equivalent Fractions1 Georgia Performance Standard M5N4.e Unit Essential Question: Explore finding common denominators using concrete, pictorial, and computational models

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October 21, 2009Equivalent Fractions2 Lesson Essential Question How can different fractions represent the same value? Is there a relationship between a multiplication chart and equivalent fractions?

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October 21, 2009Equivalent Fractions3 X1234567 8910 11234567 89 22468 1214 161820 336912151821 242730 4481216202428 323640 55101520253035 404550 66121824303642 485460 77142128354249 566370 88162432404856 647280 99182736455463 728190 10 203040506070 8090 100 Multiplication Chart Equivalent Fractions

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October 21, 2009Equivalent Fractions4 X1234567 8910 11234567 89 22468 1214 161820 336912151821 242730 4481216202428 323640 55101520253035 404550 66121824303642 485460 77142128354249 566370 88162432404856 647280 99182736455463 728190 10 203040506070 8090 100 1 2

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October 21, 2009Equivalent Fractions5 X1234567 8910 11234567 89 22468 1214 161820 336912151821 242730 4481216202428 323640 55101520253035 404550 66121824303642 485460 77142128354249 566370 88162432404856 647280 99182736455463 728190 10 203040506070 8090 100 3 4

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October 21, 2009Equivalent Fractions6 X1234567 8910 11234567 89 22468 1214 161820 336912151821 242730 4481216202428 323640 55101520253035 404550 66121824303642 485460 77142128354249 566370 88162432404856 647280 99182736455463 728190 10 203040506070 8090 100 3 5

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October 21, 2009Equivalent Fractions7 X1234567 8910 11234567 89 22468 1214 161820 336912151821 242730 4481216202428 323640 55101520253035 404550 66121824303642 485460 77142128354249 566370 88162432404856 647280 99182736455463 728190 10 203040506070 8090 100 3 8

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October 21, 2009Equivalent Fractions8 X1234567 8910 11234567 89 22468 1214 161820 336912151821 242730 4481216202428 323640 55101520253035 404550 66121824303642 485460 77142128354249 566370 88162432404856 647280 99182736455463 728190 10 203040506070 8090 100 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 6 1 5 1 7 1 8 1 9 1 10

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Lesson 2-5 Example 3 5-6 1.Use a factor tree to write the numerator as a product of prime numbers. Example 3 24 38 22 42 24 = 2 ● 2 ● 2 ● 3.

Lesson 2-5 Example 3 5-6 1.Use a factor tree to write the numerator as a product of prime numbers. Example 3 24 38 22 42 24 = 2 ● 2 ● 2 ● 3.

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