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Ann Butler

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Math: Fractions: Equivalence 2

Open up the video and watch this as many times as you need to. As a general rule you should watch this video at least once. Then click on the response button. Tap and move the fractions to make your equivalent fractions. How many different ways can you make a fraction that is equivalent to 1.

5th Grade, Math
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