Start with Part 1. Write a ratio comparing the number of toads to the number of frogs.
6:8, 6 to 8, or
Make 2 groups, with each group having the same number of toads and frogs. How many toads and frogs are in each group?
There are 3 toads and 4 frogs in each group.
Fill in the blank: For every 3 toads, there are ___ frogs.
What expression can you use to find how much food each frog gets?
3 ÷ 8
How much food does each frog get?
Now look at Part 2. What fraction of the store is used to house the frogs and toads?
How many parts is the amphibian section split into?
What expression can you
use to find the fraction of the whole store that is used to house the frogs?
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