Comparing Fractions

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Comparing Fractions

How do I know?I looked at the denominators and I know that in fractions the bigger the denominator the smaller the fraction will be. So 1/3 is bigger. Creating pie charts and number lines helped me to visualize which fraction was bigger. Look at 2 pie charts and number line.

Problem:Which is bigger? 1/8? or 1/3? 1/8 < 1/31/8 is less than 1/31/3 is bigger than 1/8

Comparing Fractions by: Jessica Hoyt

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Tip: The bigger the denominator, the smaller the fraction

Tip: Would I rather have 1/8 or 1/3 of a piece of pie?

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References:"Compare and Order Fractions with Like Numerators." YouTube. YouTube, n.d. Web. 29 Mar. 2015."Fractions !" Fractions Index. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Mar. 2015.


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