How Much in Each Group? (Part 2)

Decide whether each quotient is greater than 1 or less than 1.

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Display the Fraction on the Circle.

  • Click on  keys to change the number of sectors(pieces) of the circle to match the denominator of the given fraction.​
  • Shade the number of parts that correspond to the numerator of the fraction by clicking inside the figure​.
  • Click on to verify your answer.
  • Then click “New Shape” to have another fraction.
  • Continue to practice as long as you have time.

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Complete a Table to show how much in each group.

The first row in the table shows a recipe for 1 batch of trail mix. Use the values outside the box to complete the table to show recipes for 2, 3, and 4 batches of the same type of trail mix.

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Application of Fractions in Solving Problems.

Draw a diagram below to represent the situation.

Draw a diagram below to represent the situation.

Draw a diagram below to represent the situation.

Draw a diagram below to represent the situation.

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A group of friends is sharing 2 ½ pounds of berries.

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kilogram of soil fills of a container. Can 1 kilogram of soil fit in the container? Explain or show your reasoning.

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After raining for of an hour, a rain guage is filled. If it continues to rain at that rate for 15 more minutes, what fraction of the rain gauge will be filled?