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HOW CAN PARTS MAKE A WHOLE?. FRACTIONS ARE PARTS OF A WHOLE THERE ARE UNEQUAL PARTS AND EQUAL PARTS. UNEQUAL PARTS ARE LIKE A TANGRAM. All the parts make one whole square but, they are all not equal. MORE EXAMPLES OF UNEQUAL PARTS . EQUAL PARTS ARE ALL THE SAME SIZE.

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FRACTIONS ARE PARTS OF A WHOLE

THERE ARE UNEQUAL PARTS

AND

EQUAL PARTS

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UNEQUAL PARTS ARE

LIKE A TANGRAM

All the parts make one whole square

but, they are all not equal.

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MORE EXAMPLES OF

UNEQUAL PARTS

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EQUAL PARTS ARE ALL

THE SAME SIZE

6 equal triangles will make 1 hexagon.

All the triangles are equal.

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MORE EXAMPLES OF

EQUAL PARTS

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Which shape is divided into

UNEQUAL parts?

A B

C D

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Which shape is divided into

UNEQUAL parts?

A B

C D

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FRACTIONS OR PARTS OF A SET

Here we have 3 equal sets

with 3 M&Ms in each set

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FRACTIONS OR PARTS OF A SET

Here we have 2 sets of M&Ms

but, there isn’t an equal amount in each set

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Jim had 10 slices of pizza and wants to divide them equally between himself and 4 friends. How many slices will each get? (remember Jim counts as 1 person)

A 10 slices B 4 slices

C 5 slices D 2 slices

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GREAT JOB!

DO YOUR BEST

ON THE TEST