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Ms. Alfaro Moisa

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Comparing Fractions

How can we compare fractions? Sometimes it is helpful to think about fractions we are familiar with. Some of those fractions are 1/2 or one whole! So think... Which fraction is more than one half? Which fraction is fractions less than one half? Which fraction is equal to one whole? Which fraction is more than the whole? 1. Click add 2. Use move tool to sort the pairs into the correct column. 3. Click the check to submit your work

3rd Grade, Math
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Benchmark fractions can be defined as common factions that we can measure or judge against, when measuring, comparing or ordering other fractions. Benchmark fractions are easy to visualize and identify, and thus, help in estimating the parts. When comparing two fractions with different numerators and denominators, we can either make their denominators common or compare them to a benchmark fraction such as 1/2.