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Unformatted text preview: page 111 of your Explorations book. You must justify your answer. If possible, come up with different ways to justify. You may not use finding a common denominator and compare. You may not use write the fractions as decimals and compare. Exploration 5.10 Ways to compare… Questions to look over for the weekend, but not graded. Exploration 5.10. Due Tuesday Table on page 111in class. Table on page 112individual or in groups. #7 (if you have torn this page out, the problems are on the next slide.) Textbook Section 5.2 # 7, 12d, 14 , 22, 30a Due Tuesday Section 5.3 # 3b, d , e, f, 9, 21, 22, 25, 30 , 31a, 33 , 36, 41, 44a , c, d , h, k, 45a . Answers posted Tuesday night. Problem #7 7. Order each set of fractions without finding the LCM for the set or converting them to decimals. Explain and justify your thinking process. a. 31/80; 13/17; 2/3 b. 1/3; 4/7; 2/5; 7/8; 5/16 c. 3/10; 2/3; 7/12; 4/5; 3/7 d. 1/8; 2/5; 5/8; 5/6; 3/49; 3/56...
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