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Lindsey Diederich

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Decimal Art

Step one: Choose four different colors and color in the hundredths chart completely. Plan it out and be creative! Try to create a design or pattern with your coloring. Look at the examples for inspiration! Step two: Calculate the fraction that is equivalent to each color. For example, if there are 32 squares colored yellow, then the fraction would be 32/100. Step three: Write each fraction as a decimal. For example, 0.32 Step four: Write each decimal in word form. For example, thirty-two hundredths Make sure your name is on it before you hand it in!

4th Grade, Math
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