List of Benchmark Fractions?

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In mathematics, the phrase fraction benchmarks may refer to the important reference points which are used to compare the relative sizes of fractions through estimating, ordering and placing them on a number line.
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A benchmark fraction is any common fraction that can be used as a reference point for other numbers. Some common examples of such fractions are ¼, ½, and ¾. 1/10 also has a relationship with decimals, hence also commonly used.
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a fraction benchmark is a fractions percent value. ex. 1/4=25/100= 25% 1/2=50/100=50% 1/10=10/100=10%
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Benchmark fractions are common fractions that you can judge other numbers against.
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A benchmark fraction is one that is easily remembered, such as 1/2 (.50), 1/4 (.25), or 3/4 (.75). This makes estimating amounts easier. For example, if asked to find 50% (.50) of
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