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Interpreting Fractions as Division

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Interpreting Fractions as Division
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  • How to learn to interpret fractions as division.
  • Divide smaller numbers by bigger ones.
  • Interpreting fractions as division can help us go biking, make desserts, and help out at an animal shelter.
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Level 1

Fill in the blank: 3 ÷5= [ggfrac]?/?[/ggfrac]

Level 2

Fill in the blanks: ___ ÷ ___ = [ggfrac]12/5[/ggfrac]

Level 3

When a fraction represents an equal sharing problem, does the numerator or the denominator represent the number of sharers?

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