# 5.08 Tenths and hundredths

Lesson

Let's review how we name fractions using the parts and the whole.

Here is a fraction bar.

1. This fraction bar has $\editable{}$ equal parts.

2. Each part is $\frac{\editable{}}{\editable{}}$ of the whole.

## Learn

This video looks at two special fractions and how they are related, tenths and hundredths.

### Apply

##### Question 1

What fraction is shown here?

1. Fraction shown $=$=$\frac{\editable{}}{\editable{}}$

## Learn

This video shows how to compare numbers that are in tenths or hundredths.

### Apply

##### Question 2

Use the greater than ($>$>) or less than ($<$<) symbols to complete the following:

1. $\frac{6}{10}\editable{}\frac{51}{100}$61051100

## Learn

This video looks at how to apply the concept of patterns to sequences involving fractions.

### Apply

##### Question 3

Complete the pattern by adding $\frac{1}{10}$110 each time.

1.  $\frac{4}{10}$410​ $\editable{}$ $\editable{}$ $\editable{}$ $\editable{}$ $\editable{}$

Remember!
• Tenths and hundredths can both be used to represent the same value.
• $1$1 tenth is the same as $10$10 hundredths. Remembering this helps us find equivalent fractions.

### Outcomes

#### VCMNA157

Investigate equivalent fractions used in contexts