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The aim is to make square domino loops, like the one in the picture, from 4 dominoes matching the fractions, decimals and percentages. Start with any domino and find 2 other dominoes to match the ends of the first domino. For example, the [3/10 and 10%] domino matches with 30% at […]
Complete the calculations and match one of the pictures to each calculation.
How many pieces make half the chocolate bar?
How many pieces make one quarter?
What fraction of the bar is one piece of chocolate?
She gave you and your sister 2 pieces each to eat. What fraction […]
How many green rectangles make one unit?
How many small red squares make one unit?
How many small blue rectangles make one unit?
How many small pink rectangles make one unit?
Which coloured bits would you use to show that two eighths equals one quarter?
Which coloured bits would you use to show that two sixteenths equals one eighth?
What can […]
What fractions does it show?
Explain how it shows that two quarters are equivalent to one half .
Write down all the equivalent fractions you can see to each of the following fractions:
a. three quarters, b. five sixths, c. six sixteenths d. seven twelfth, e. […]
Divide 2 by 11 to get the decimal fraction equivalent to the common fraction two elevenths . Carry on dividing until you see a patttern. Will this […]
Multiply the first number by 100. What do you get?
Subtract the smaller number from the bigger one. What do you get?
What does this tell you about the […]
Egyptian fractions are unit fractions, that is fractions with a numerator of 1. We are going to investigate methods of reducing unit fractions to the sums of different smaller unit fractions as we see in this example
Try some for yourself. Does this always work? Could you explain to someone else how to use this […]