What are 2 comparison statements we can make about the multiplication sentence
10 is 5 times greater than 2. 10 is 2 times greater than 5.
Write 2 equations based on this statement: "6 is 2 times greater than 3."
Look at the green models in Part 2. What fraction is shaded in each whole?
Model on top:
Are the fractions equivalent? Why or why not?
No. Possible explanation: If you cut each third into 2 equal parts,
Look at the yellow models. What fraction is shaded in each model?
Model on top:
Are the fractions equivalent? Why or why not?
Yes. Possible explanations: The same amount is shaded in each model, or 4 eighths fit into every half.
Using the model below it, how can we find an equivalent fraction for
Possible answer: Cut each fourth into 2 equal parts to get eighths, then shade
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