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Comparing Fractions and Decimals. NS 1.1 Compare and order positive and negative fractions, decimals, and mixed numbers and place them on a number line. Convert them into equivalent fractions that have a common denominator, then compare the numerators. How do we compare fractions?.

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NS 1.1 Compare and order positive and negative fractions, decimals, and mixed numbers and place them on a number line
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Convert them into equivalent fractions that have a common denominator, then compare the numerators.
  • How do we compare fractions?
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1.992.032.42.00
  • 2.4, 2.03, 2, 1.99
  • Order from greatest to least: 1.99, 2.03, 2.4, 2
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Convert the fractions into decimal form by doing long division.
  • How do we compare fractions and decimals?
direct station
Direct Station
  • We will work together on comparing decimal and fraction problems
collaborative station dominoes
Collaborative Station: Dominoes
  • To connect two dominoes, the sides that touch must have the same value.
  • One side will be a fractionand the other side willbe a decimal. You andyour partner must calculatewhich dominoes may be placednext to each other.
  • Example: ½ = 0.5 so if one domino has ½ and other domino has 0.5, you may place the dominoes together as long as the ½ and 0.5 ends are touching.
independent station
Independent Station
  • We are continuing ST Math’s unit on equations
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