|Bits and Pieces I:
Investigation 3: Moving Between Fractions and Decimals
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|Core Support Files|
|Fraction Pieces – Work with parts and wholes to learn about fractions.|
|Fractions - Adding – Illustrates what it means to find a common denominator and combine.|
|Fractions - Comparing – Judge the size of fractions and plot them on a number line.|
|Fractions - Equivalent – Illustrates relationships between equivalent fractions.|
|Fractions - Rectangle Multiplication – Visualize and practice multiplying fractions using an area representation.|
Factor: The greatest number that is a factor of all numbers.
Form: The only common factor between the numerator and
denominator is one.
Multiple: The least number that is a common multiple of all
Fractions: Fractions that have the same simplest form.
|Power of ten:
Helps to write a decimal for a fraction whose denominator is 10, 100,
reference point used to determine the size of a number.
determine which value is larger. To determine if the values are equal.
special form of a fraction. The denominator of this fraction is a power
way one thing follows another: In order of size
Part of a whole number. Written in the form of a numerator and
The part of the whole being used
whole of the fraction. The number of equal pieces in the whole.
The whole and the numerator
Fraction: The numerator is larger than the denominator