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What you will learn from this videoWhat you will learn
- We'll learn how to compare fractions using benchmarks.
- That we can also compare fractions by finding common denominators.
- And we'll discover that this knowledge can help us share a snack, track the battery life on our electronics, and compete in sports!
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Use a benchmark fraction to show which is greater, [ggfrac]4/6[/ggfrac] or [ggfrac]3/8[/ggfrac].
Use common denominators to determine which is greater, [ggfrac]2/5[/ggfrac] or [ggfrac]3/10[/ggfrac].
Use common denominators to determine which is greater, [ggfrac]3/5[/ggfrac] or [ggfrac]2/3[/ggfrac].