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# Comparing fractions

9 videos
6 skills
There are literally infinite ways to represent any fraction (or number for that matter). Don't believe us? Let's take 1/3. 2/6, 3/9, 4/12 ... 10001/30003 are all equivalent fractions (and we could keep going)! If you know the basics of what a fraction is, this is a great tutorial for recognizing when fractions are equivalent and then simplifying them as much as possible! Common Core Standards: 3.NF.A.3, 3.NF.A.3a, 3.NF.A.3b, 3.NF.A.3c , 3.NF.A.3d

### Equivalent fraction models

VIDEO 4:12 minutes

### Equivalent fractions with visuals

VIDEO 6:25 minutes

### Equivalent fraction models

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

### Equivalent fractions visually and on number line

VIDEO 4:02 minutes

### Comparing fractions visually and on number line

VIDEO 4:43 minutes

### Generating equivalent fractions

VIDEO 4:12 minutes

### Equivalent fractions on the number line

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

### Different ways to represent 1 as a fraction

VIDEO 3:46 minutes

### Whole numbers as fractions

VIDEO 4:23 minutes

### Comparing fractions with greater than and less than symbols

VIDEO 5:19 minutes

### Comparing fractions of different wholes

VIDEO 2:59 minutes

### Identifying numerators and denominators

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

### Comparing fractions with the same denominator

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

### Comparing fractions with the same numerator

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

### Naming the whole

PRACTICE PROBLEMS