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2-1 (C) Comparing and Ordering Integers
Vocabulary Rational Number – a number that can be expressed as a fraction. Ex: 4-1020%4 ½ 4.8
Which is greater, 7/9 or 2/9 ? When two fractions have the same denominator, just compare the numerators.
Compare the fractions. Write. 1. 2. 7979 5858 -2 5 - 3 7
3.-6/8 -5/7 4.-1 ¾ -1 6/8
Compare the decimals. Write. _ 1. 0.73 0.734 _ 2. 0.3 0.334 3. 0.535 0.538
. Which of the following shows, 0.66, and 0.665 ordered from least to greatest? A.0.66, 0.665,C., 0.66, 0.665 B. 0.665, 0.66,D., 0.665, 0.66 3535 3535 3535 3535 3535
Lesson 4-4 Example Example 1 1.Change each decimal to a fraction. Order, 0.5,, and –0.8 from least to greatest. Graph the numbers on a number line.
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Equivalent Rational Expressions Example 1: When we multiply both the numerator and the denominator of a rational number by the same non-zero value, we.
Take out homework and have it ready to be checked!!!
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Do Now 10/26/11 Take out your HW from last night. –Text p. 80, #15-37 odds, odds Copy HW in your planner. –Text p. 84, #12-40 evens, #47 –Quiz on.
Which is greater, or ? Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers COURSE 3 LESSON Rewrite each fraction with the denominator 9 11 = 99. Multiply.
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