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Notes 3.5 Day2 – Division of rational numbers. Money, Money, Money!!!!. A $0.50 cent coin is equivalent to a of a dollar. A quarter or $0.25 is equivalent to a of a dollar. A dime or $0.10 is equivalent to a of a dollar. A nickel or $0.05 is equivalent to a of a dollar.

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Notes 3 5 day2 division of rational numbers

Notes 3.5 Day2 – Division of rational numbers


Money money money

Money, Money, Money!!!!

A $0.50 cent coin is equivalent to a of a dollar.

A quarter or $0.25 is equivalent to a of a dollar.

A dime or $0.10 is equivalent to a of a dollar.

A nickel or $0.05 is equivalent to a of a dollar.


Notes 3 5 day2 division of rational numbers

Question: How many ½ -dollars are there in $3.00?

This is the same as what multiplication statement?

How are ½ and 2 related?

THEY ARE RECIPROCALS


Notes 3 5 day2 division of rational numbers

Question: How many nickels are there in $5.00?

This is the same as what multiplication statement?

How are and 20 related?

THEY ARE RECIPROCALS


Division

Division

Dividing by a number is the same as multiplying by its _____________.

When dividing fractions, first change all mixed numerals to ___________ fractions.  

Then multiply the first fraction by the ___________ of the second.

RECIPROCAL

IMPROPER

RECIPROCAL


Examples

EXAMPLES:


Homework p 160 33 69

Homework: p. 160 # 33-69


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