Look at circle A. How many lines do we draw to make halves? Why?
1 line, because it cuts the circle into 2 equal parts.
Look at circle B. How does it show
1 of the 4 parts is shaded.
Look at rectangle A. To make thirds, do we draw 2 lines or 3 lines? Why?
2 lines, to cut the rectangle into 3 equal parts. (Note: if we drew 3 lines, there would be 4 parts).
Look at rectangle B. What fraction is shaded?
Look at number line A. How many hash marks do we put between 0 and 1 to make sixths: 5 or 6?
Where can we put a point so that the number line shows
At the end of the fifth length from 0.
Look at number line B. What fraction does the point represent?
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