Lesson

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

Here is a fraction bar.

Complete the statements below.

a

This fraction bar has ⬚ equal parts.

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b

Each part is \dfrac{⬚}{⬚} of the whole.

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Idea summary

When writing fractions:

The number of equal parts the whole is divided into is the

**denominator**(bottom number).The

**numerator**(top number) is how many shaded parts.

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

What fraction is shown here?

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Idea summary

A fraction from an area model is written as: \dfrac{\text{Number of shaded parts}}{\text{Total number of parts}}

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

Use the greater than (\gt) or less than (\lt) symbol to complete the following:

\dfrac{6}{10}\,⬚\,\dfrac{51}{100}

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Idea summary

Tenths and hundredths can both be used to represent the same value.

1 tenth is the same as 10 hundredths. Remembering this helps us find equivalent fractions.

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

Create a pattern by adding \dfrac{1}{10} each time.

\dfrac{4}{10}, \,⬚, \, ⬚, \,⬚, \,⬚, \,⬚

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Idea summary

We can create patterns with fractions by adding or subtracting the same fraction each time.

represents, models and compares commonly used fractions and decimals