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- How to recognize equivalent fractions.
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Draw a picture to show that [ggfrac]1/4[/ggfrac] is equivalent to [ggfrac]2/8[/ggfrac].
Find 3 fractions that are equivalent to [ggfrac]4/6[/ggfrac].
Are [ggfrac]4/9[/ggfrac] and [ggfrac]16/27[/ggfrac] equivalent fractions? Why or why not? Show your work.
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