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NAME The Unit Organizer 4 BIGGER PICTURE DATE NEXT UNIT /Experience LAST UNIT /Experience 2 3 CURRENT UNIT CURRENT UNIT 1 8 UNIT SCHEDULE UNIT MAP is about... 5 understanding numbers in everyday life 6 UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS RELATIONSHIPS UNIT 7 Math 6- Unit 2 N & NS Part II Computation and Estimation Number and Number Sense Part I by describing and comparing by ordering 6.2 Percents 6.1 Ratios by recognizing by comparing 6.19 Properties by identifying 6.2 Decimals 6.2 Fractions Describe • What are three ways to write a ratio? • What matters when we write a ratio? • What is the relationship among fractions, • decimals, and percents? Compare Represent Expressed KU-CRL
NAME The Unit Organizer DATE Expanded Unit Map 9 is about... 10 NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Number and Number Sense Part I by describing and comparing 6.1 Ratios understanding numbers in everyday life 6.2 Percents by ordering Simplifying by dividing like fractions means “out of 100” by recognizing by comparing 6.19 Properties by identifying 6.2 Decimals Equivalent ratios (multiply or divide ) like factors symbol % 6.2 Fractions Additive Identity 5 + 0 = 5 a decimal separates the whole number from the fractional part Ratios compare two quantities Additive Inverse 7 + (-7) = 0 numeratordenominator expressed as fractions with a denominator of 100 Multiplicative Identity 6 x 1 = 6 part whole Decimal to Percent (move decimal to the right) IMPORTANT ORDER MATTERS Multiplicative Inverse 8 x 1 = 8 = 1 8 8 equivalent to decimals and percents Percent to Decimal (move decimal to the left) 3 ways to write a ratio Fraction, : Colon, word “to” Multiplicative Property of Zero 9 x 0 = 0 simplify by dividing common factors DR PEPPER 1. Are all ratios written in simplest form?2. How can you identify multiplicative inverse property?3. How can you change a fraction to a decimal? KU-CRL