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.
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) ...
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.
Illustrating fraction problems with slices of pizza. ... (The number crunching is in
the next lesson.) Which is greater: 1/4 or 1/10 ? Remember that the denominator
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
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. 7⁄10 or 9⁄12. 1. Write the Lowest Common ...
One of the first things you'll be asked to do with fractions is compare them, which
... When you compare the fractions, look at the numerators. ... 4/7 ____ 6/10. A.
Pennies or other small objects (to use as game markers) ... Explain to students
that they are going to compare and order fractions. ... even when the numerator is
smaller than the denominators, write “4/10” and “4/6” and explain ... (Write “7/12 >
5/12.”) 10. Refer to the examples in Pizza Fractions to further reinforce learning.
For instance, 6 > 4. The sign (<) means smaller ... A second method to use when
comparing fractions is to first get a common denominator. ... Let's say that the first
pizza was cut into 10 slices and the second was cut into 15 slices. No doubt if ...
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