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Comparing and Reducing Fractions - GCFLearnFree.org

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Click through the slideshow to learn how to compare fractions. Earlier, we ... We can use the multiplication table again. All of the ... 4/12 = 1/3. 14/21 = 2/3. 35/50 = 7/10. Click through the slideshow to learn how to reduce fractions by dividing.

Comparing Fractions - Math Goodies

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When comparing two fractions with like denominators, the larger fraction is the ... Revisiting example 3, we found that the least common multiple of 3 and 4 is 12. ... Example 10: Compare the fractions given below using the symbols <, > or =. a) ...

Compare: which fraction is bigger? 3 / 10 < 7 / 8. Ordinary ... - fractii.ro

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Comparing fractions operation: 3 / 10 vs. 7 / 8. To compare these fractions, bring them to the same denominator ... For fraction: 3 / 10 is 40 : 10 = (2<sup>3</sup> * 5) : 10 = 4

Comparing fractions with > and < symbols | Comparing fractions ...

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Sal shades visual fraction models to compare fractions.

Number & Operations—Fractions | Common Core State Standards ...

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Use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100. ... Math.Content.4 .NF.C.7. Compare two decimals to hundredths by reasoning about their size.

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Use > or < to compare fractions. ... This will help you compare the two fractions. Since 6 is a factor of ... the numerator and denominator by the common factor 10.

Comparing fractions - free lesson with a video - Homeschool Math

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This lesson teaches several methods for comparing fractions: when the denominators ... Here, 4/7 is clearly ... Here, 6/5 is more than 1, and 9/10 is less than 1.

Comparing Fractions | WyzAnt Resources - Tutors

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One of the first things you'll be asked to do with fractions is compare them, which means tell which one is bigger and which one is ... When you compare the fractions, look at the numerators. ... 4/7 ____ 6/10. A. > B. ... Use the problem 0.3+ 0.11.

4th Math Numbers and Operations - Fractions - I-CANyons Tool Kit ...

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Using larger, more difficult numbers, student explains why a fraction is or is not equivalent to ... Example: 9/10 - 5/10 = 4/10 because 9 - 5 = 4. In a mixed ... NF4. 7 Compare two decimals to hundredths by reasoning about their size. Recognize  ...

Comparing Fractions Worksheet: 1 of 4 - HelpingWithMath.com

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A worksheet that includes visual comparision of fraction using and fraction bar plus ... 5⁄6 or 3⁄4. 2⁄5 or 3⁄7. 2⁄3 or 5⁄8. 710 or 9⁄12. 1. Write the Lowest Common ...

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Cool Math 4 Kids Fraction Lessons - Which Fraction is Greater? Part ...

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Ok, we saw how to figure out which fraction is bigger by just looking (see previous lesson)... But, what if you ... is greater: 3/4 or 7/10 ? To get a feel for this before we start crunching numbers, let's look at some pizza: ... The quickest one to use is.

Compare: which fraction is bigger? 2 / 5 < 7 / 10. Ordinary ... - fractii.ro

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Fraction: 7 / 10 it's already reduced to lowest terms ... denominator) that will be used to multiply each fraction's both numerator and denominator: ... 4 / 10 < 7 / 10

Comparing Fractions - Math is Fun

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There are two main ways to compare fractions: using decimals, or using the same ... 4 Question 5 Question 6 Question 7 Question 8 Question 9 Question 10.