By Adam Williams. Ambivalent Equivalence. Equiva what? . The concept of equivalent fractions is difficult for many students to ascertain and fully understand.
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By Adam Williams
Playing the Game
I ate half a pizza and you ate one-eighth of the pizza. How much is left?
My dog ate one-third of my sandwich, and my sister ate one-sixth. How much is left for me?
A caterpillar ate three-fourths of an apple and a ladybug ate one-tenth more. How much is remaining?
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