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When you multiply a number by a fraction, you are Use the images to solve the math problem.
actually doing repeated addition.
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x 8
1 2
2 x 6

This math expression means add a half six times.


Use repeated addition of the fraction to find the
answer. Look at the answer. The shaded pieces were combined.1/2 x 6 =3

+ + + + + =
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Use the images to solve the math problem.


Solve the math problem.
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x 6 2
3 x 3
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These activities are designed to review ordering frac-


tions. Students can self-check by placing the fractions next to
one another to determine which one is greater or less than.

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How to Play Tic-Tac-Toe

Students can use the tic-tac-toe board in order to the


fractions in order from least to greatest. Begin the game by
placing the chips face down onto the table. Each student
takes a turn by placing each chip onto the tic-tac-toe board.
The next player takes a turn by placing a chip that follows the
row sequence of ascending or descending into smaller or
greater numbers. The next player takes a turn. When a
player places a third chip down that fits the ascending or de-
scending order, he or she wins. Look at the example on the
next page.
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