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Compare fractions using equivalence. Locate and represent positive and negative fractions and mixed numbers on a number line (ACMNA152)

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LO: To compare fractions using equivalence and located them on a number line.

Know:

  • the ascending order of fractions

  • how to calculate the equivalence of a fraction

  • >, <, = signs

  • how a number line operates.

Understand:

  • That the numerator determines how large or small a fraction is when the same denominator is used.

Do:

  • I can compare fractions using equivalence and locate fractions on a number line.

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Visual Representations

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Teaching Notes

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When comparing fractions using equivalence, you need to make sure that you’re comparing the fractions using the same/common denominator.

One way to do this is to make equivalent fractions.

Equivalent fractions are fractions that are identical. They just have different denominators.

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All of these fractions are equivalent fractions.

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You also need to know signs in order to compare fractions.

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Comparing Fractions Videos

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Textbook Resources

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My Maths 8

Exercise 1C pg. 19 Q. 10-13

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