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How to solve fraction problems using tasty numbers instead of pizza slices. ... or 7
/10 ? To get a feel for this before we start crunching numbers, let's look at some ...

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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.

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There are two main ways to compare fractions: using decimals, or using the same
denominator. ... Example: 4 9 is less than 5 9 (because 4 is less than 5) ... We can
now see that 9 24 is smaller than 10 24 (because 9 is smaller than 10).

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I am utterly confused my son needs to order 3 different fractions from least to
greatest such as 3/6, 5/6 & 4/6 I read your explanation on how to do it ... So 2/10 <
2/7, 3/10 < 3/7 , just as three nickels is less than three dimes, or three ounces is
less than three pounds. ... You can compare any pair of fractions by cross-
mu...

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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.

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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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How to compare fractions with different denominators. How to ... 10 and 27 have
no common divisors except 1. ... Example 7. Which is larger,, 3 4, or, 25 32 ?

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This means there are five 1/4s in 1 1/4. Let's convert another mixed number: 2 2/5
. First, we'll multiply the whole number by the denominator. 2 times 5 equals 10.

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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.

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Date: 07/16/2008 at 22:33:36 From: Ed Subject: Ordering fractions Hi, I have a ...
Thank you For example, put 3/8, 14/15, 2/3, 13/16, 8/12, 7/10 in order from least
to greatest. ... 7/10 The denominators are, 8, 15, 3, 16, 12, 10 Factor them, 2^3, 3
x 5, 3, 2^4, ... 7/10 Now we may use the general method we talked about earlier.