Use pattern blocks to solve the problem. Write the answer as a mixed number & as an improper fraction.
**A HEXAGON is worth 1**
Hexagon + Hexagon + trapezoid
What is 2 1/2 and 5/2
100
1/8 + 3/8 = ____
What is 4/8 or 1/2
Denominators are the same, so you do not have to find an equivalent fraction for either fraction.
100
Choose < = > to make the number sentence true.
54/72 ______ 3/4
What is =
100
Explain how you would rename this fraction as a decimal and as a percent without using a calculator.
1/2
What is .50 AND 50%
2 * 5 = 10, and 10 is a multiple of 100.
So 1*5 / 2*5 = 5 / 10 which is 0.5.
5*10 / 10*10 = 50/100 or 50%
200
Write 2 equivalent fractions for 9/10
What is 18/20 27/30 45/50 90/100
200
Use pattern blocks to solve the problem. Write the answer as a mixed number & as an improper fraction.
**A HEXAGON is worth 1**
Trapezoid + Trapezoid + Trapezoid + Rhombus + Rhombus + Rhombus + Triangle + Triangle
What is 2 5/6 AND 17/6
200
1/2 + 1/4 = ______
**Look Closely at the Denominators**
What is 3/4
1/2 * 2/2 = 2/4
2/4 + 1/4 = 3/4
200
Choose < = > to make the number sentence true.
9/8 ___ 8/9
What is >
200
Explain how you would rename this fraction as a decimal and as a percent without using a calculator.
7/20
What is .35 AND 35%
20 * 5 = 100
So 7*5 / 20*5 = 35 / 100 which is 0.35 or 35%
300
Write 2 equivalent fractions for 6/9
What is 2/3 12/18 18/27 60/90
300
Use pattern blocks to solve the problem. Write the answer as a mixed number & as an improper fraction.
**A HEXAGON is worth 1**
Trapezoid + Trapezoid + Trapezoid + Rhombus + Rhombus + Rhombus +Triangle + Triangle
What is 2 5/6 AND 17/6
300
3/4 + 1/2 = ____
What is 5/4 or 1 1/4
1/2 * 2*2 = 2/4
3/4 + 2/4 = 5/4 OR (1/4 + 1/4 + 1/4) + (1/4 + 1/4)
(1/4 + 1/4 + 1/4) + (1/4) = 4/4 or 1 + 1/4 remaining
300
Choose < = > to make the number sentence true.
2/4 _____ 9/12
What is <
300
Explain how you would rename this fraction as a decimal and as a percent without using a calculator.
9/25
What is .36 AND 36%
25 * 4 = 100
So 9*4 / 25*4 = 36 / 100 which is 0.36 or 36%
400
Write 2 equivalent fractions for 1/2.
What is 2/4 3/6 4/8 5/10 6/12 7/14 8/16 50/100
400
Use pattern blocks to solve the problem. Write the answer as a mixed number & as an improper fraction.
**A HEXAGON is worth 1**
Trapezoid + Trapezoid + Rhombus + Rhombus + Rhombus +Triangle + Triangle + Triangle
What is 2 1/6 AND 13/6
400
9/10 + 1/2 = ___
What is
1/2 * 5*5 = 5/10
9/10 + 5/10 = 14/10 OR (1 4/10) OR (1 2/5)
14/10 - 10/10 or 1 = 4/10
4 can be divided by 2 = 2
10 can be divided by 2 = 5
400
Choose < = > to make the number sentence true.
2/6 ___ 20/60
What is =
400
Explain how you would rename this fraction as a decimal and as a percent without using a calculator.
3/4
What is .75 AND 75%
4 * 25 = 100
So 3*25 / 4*25 = 75 / 100 which is 0.75 or 75%
500
To find an equivalent fraction, _______ OR ______ both the numerator and the denominator of the fraction by the same number.
What is multiply OR divide
500
Use pattern blocks to solve the problem. Write the answer as a mixed number & as an improper fraction.
**A HEXAGON is worth 1**
Hexagon + Trapezoid + Trapezoid + Triangle + Triangle + Triangle + Triangle
What is 2 4/6 AND 16/6
OR
2 2/3 AND 8/3
500
Add the two fractions. Write the answer as a fraction, decimal, and percent.
7/20 + 3/5 = ___
What is 95/100 and .95 and 95%
20*5 = 100
7/20 * 5/5 = 35/100
5*20 = 100
3/5 * 20/20 = 60/100
35/100 + 60/100 = 95/100 and .95 and 95%
500
Choose < = > to make the number sentence true.
9/4 ____ 4/4 + 4/4 + 1/2
What is <
500
Explain how you would rename this fraction as a decimal and as a percent without using a calculator.
2/5
What is .40 AND 40%
5 * 2 = 10, and 10 is a multiple of 100.
So 2*2 / 5*2 = 4 / 10 which is 0.4.
4*10 / 10*10 = 40/100 or 40%
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