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How do you add tenths and hundredths?
In this lesson you will learn how to add tenths and hundredths by creating equivalent fractions.
Let’s Review Fractions can be shown in different ways. 012
Numerator: How many parts you have Denominator: How many equal parts make up a whole
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Let’s Review Core Lesson
Let’s Review Core Lesson
Let’s Review Core Lesson
In this lesson you learned how to add fractions with tenths and hundredths as denominators by creating equivalent fractions.
Let’s Review Guided Practice
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