# 200300400500100200300400500100200300400500100200300400500100 20000300400500100 Equivalent Decimals & Fractions Comparing Fractions & Decimals Adding Fractions.

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200300400500100200300400500100200300400500100200300400500100 20000300400500100 Equivalent Decimals & Fractions Comparing Fractions & Decimals Adding Fractions with Denominators of 10 & 100 Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers +/- Mixed Numbers & Separating Fractions

Write 7/100 as a decimal, use a model to justify your answer.

What is 0.07

What is the fraction for 0.75? Write another equivalent fraction for this decimal.

What is 75/100 Equivalent: 3/4, 6/8, 150/200, etc.

DAILY DOUBLE Sally has 1/4 of a dollar. How much money does she have? Write another fraction to represent how much money she has.

DAILY DOUBLE She has 0.25 cents 25/100, etc.

Find three equivalent fractions for 2/5. Write the decimal that is another way to represent those fractions.

What are 4/10, 6/15, 40/100,etc. What is 0.4 or 0.40

What is 2/8 as a decimal? Write this fraction in its simplest fraction form.

What is 0.25 1/4 is its simplest form.

Compare the fractions: 3/5 6/8

3/5 < 6/8

Compare the decimals: 0.095 0.80

0.095 < 0.80

Danielle ran 5/9 of a mile and Sarah ran 8/12 of a mile. Who ran farther?

Who is Sarah

Who is Steve (0.75) 0.75 0.80

Compare the fractions: Use 3 strategies to prove you are correct! 9/12 11/15

9/12 > 11/15 Butterfly: 9 x 15= 135 11 x 12= 132 LCM: 12 x 5=60 15 x 4=60 45/60 > 44/60

6/10 + 30/100=

What is 90/100

4/10 + 32/100= Draw a model to show the addition problem:

What is 72/100

Judy ate 2/10 of a pizza, Sally ate 45/100 of the same pizza. What fraction of the pizza is leftover?

What is 35/100 left. 20/100 + 45/100= 100/100- 65/100= 35/100

The teacher read 3/10 of the chapter book last month & 20/100 this month. How much of the book have they read? (Write your answer in simplest form)

What is 50/100 or half (1/2) of the book.

Write an addition problem that uses a denominator of 10 & one of 100. Make sure it is addition problem that can be simplified.

DAILY DOUBLE 8 x 7/8=

DAILY DOUBLE What is: 56/8= 7

Solve & Convert to a mixed number: 9 x 9/12=

What is: 81/12= 6 9/12

Solve & Convert to a mixed or whole # 5 x 12/20=

What is: 60/20= 3

Jenny jumped 3/4 of a yard. Sue jumped 5 times as far. How far did Sue jump?

What is: 5/1 x 3/4= 15/4= 3 3/4 yards.

One 4th grade class ate 7 6/8 pizzas. The other classes ate 5 times as much. How much did they eat?

What is: 38 6/8 pizzas 7 6/8 x 5= 62/8 x 5= 310/8= 38 6/8

Decompose the following fraction: 9/15

What is 3/15 + 3/15 + 3/15 4/15 + 5/15 Etc. Answers Vary

Add the mixed number, then break down. 2 1/8 + 1 2/8=

What is 3 3/8, 8/8 + 8/8 + 8/8 +1/8 + 1/8= 3 3/8 Answers vary

One 4th grade class ate 7 5/8 pizzas & a 5th grade class ate 6 1/8 pizzas. How much less pizza did the 5th grade class eat? (Be sure to simplify!)

What is 7 5/8-6 1/8= 1 4/8 or 1 1/2 The 5th grade class ate 1 1/2 less pizzas.

Mom slept for 7 1/4 hours. Dad slept 9 3/4 hours. How much more time did Dad sleep? (Be sure to simplify)

What is 9 3/4 - 7 1/4= 2 2/4 or 2 1/2 Dad slept 2 1/2 more hours than mom.

Jane and Tom are both biking in the El Tour De Tucson. Jane biked the 26 2/10 miles race, while Tom biked the 50 4/10 miles race. How much farther did Tom bike in the race? (Be sure to simplify)

What is 50 4/10 - 26 2/10= 24 2/10 or 24 1/5 Tom biked 24 1/5 miles farther than Jane.

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