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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Fractions DecimalsPercentFractions IIMiscellaneous

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Choose your category. In this version, your group will need to correctly answer some math questions. Click to begin.

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Sketch a gauge for 2/12 of a full dispenser. State whether the dispenser is almost empty, about half full, or almost full.

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Almost empty

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The sixth graders have a goal of raising $500. How much money would they have if they raised 2/5 of their goal?

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$200 ($500 5 = $100 per part. $100 x 2 parts = $200)

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What fraction represents the shaded area of this hundredths grid?

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56/100 = 28/50 = 14/25

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The goal of this fundraiser is $300. Looking at this picture, what fraction of the money has been raised? How much money have they raised?

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They raised 1/3 of their goal. They raised $100. ($300 3 parts = $100 per part.)

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Decide whether this statement is correct or incorrect. Explain your reasoning by drawing a picture or showing your work. =

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Incorrect Or = = = = 0.40 0.6 <

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What is 6/25 as a decimal?

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0.24 (6/25 = 24/100)

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What is 0.003 as a fraction?

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3/1000

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3.0056 What is this decimal as a mixed number?

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3 56/10000

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0.827, 1.23, 987/100, 987/1,000 Rewrite these numbers in order from least to greatest.

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0.827 < 987/1000 < 1.23 < 987/100

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What is 1/8 as a decimal?

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0.125

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What percent of the hundreths grid is shaded?

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22% (22/100)

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What is 3/5 as a percent? Explain your strategy.

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60% 3/5 = 60/100 3/5 = 0.6 or

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What is 36% as a fraction?

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36/100 = 18/50 = 9/25

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What is 2% as a decimal?

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0.02 (2/100)

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What is 1.05 as a percent?

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105%

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Which two benchmarks is 4/5 in between? Which is it closest to? Hint: Our benchmarks are 0, ½, 1, 1 ½, 2

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In between ½ and 1 Closest to 1 (half of 5 is 2 ½. 4 is bigger.)

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Compare these fractions. Insert the less than (<), greater than (>), or equals (=) symbol to make the statement true.

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8/12 2/3 = 2/3) = = = = = 4 3

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7/6, 9/8, 13/12, 14/15 Which fraction above is the greatest?

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7/6 (1 1/6, 1 1/8, 1 1/12, 14/15)

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What is 3 5/11 as an improper fraction?

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38/11 ( 3 5/11 = 11/11 + 11/11 + 11/11 + 5/11)

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What is 23/3 as a mixed number?

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What is the definition of percent?

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Scaled to be “out of 100”.

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14/10, 0.14, 4%, 0.148 Rewrite these numbers in order from least to greatest

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4% < 0.14 < 0.148 < 14/10 (4% < 14% < 14.8% < 140%)

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Which definition means “Fractions that are equal in value, but may have different numerators and denominators”?

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Equivalent Fractions

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PreferenceOut of 250 6 th graders Out of 150 7 th graders Pizza12880 Tacos6751 Hamburgers5519 Students Food Preferences Find the food category that the Northstar sixth-graders like the best. Write the number as a fraction, as a decimal, and as a percent of the total number of students.

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= 0.32 = 32% ==

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What special kind of fractions are these?

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Unit Fractions

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Suppose 84% of students surveyed said they wanted no homework tonight. Estimate how many would say they wanted no homework if 150 students were surveyed.

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126 students 2 = = 84 + 42 = 126

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