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1/6 ? Notes 6.4 Division of Fractions: Teaching Sequence- 1) Dividing a whole number by a whole number a. Example 4.1 Two girls share 5 cookies equally. How much did each girl get? This is a partitive question asking us to find 5÷2. Calculations 5÷2=5 half’s=5 x 1/2=5/2 cookies 2) Divinding a fraction by a whole number- fractions can be portioned into equal parts just as well as whole numbers. a. Example 4.3 I l l u s t r a t e 3 / 5 ÷
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Unformatted text preview: r e a m o d e l 3/5 This picture shows that 3/5 6= 1/6 of 3/5 = 3/5 x 1/6. Which is: 1/10 3) Whole number divided by a fraction Example 4.5 39 3 units= 39 1 unit=13 4 units=52 (Partitive Division) 4) Fraction divided by a fraction a. Example 4.6 6/7 2/7 (Measurement Division) 6/7 2/7= 6 2 = 3 Teacher Solutions- There are three examples of various teacher models see page 153-154...
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2010 for the course MTH 201 taught by Professor Kwon during the Spring '10 term at Michigan State University.

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