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This presentation can be used as a teacher- led activity to practice a variety of methods and strategies for solving problems that compare fractions. Consider giving students a chance to communicate their reasoning by justifying their answers. Even explaining why an answer is incorrect is a valuable learning tool.

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Step 1: Simplify Both Sides, if possible Distribute Combine like terms Step 2: Move the variable to one side Add or Subtract Like Term Step 3: Solve for.

Step 1: Simplify Both Sides, if possible Distribute Combine like terms Step 2: Move the variable to one side Add or Subtract Like Term Step 3: Solve for.

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