FractionDivisionQuizProject

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Math 13700 Fraction Division Quiz Project Spring 2010 For this project, two students should work together. You will turn in ONE project for the two of you and both will receive the same grade. The project is worth the same as two quizzes: 20 points. Use only one side of each piece of paper. Your project will have four pages. Page 1) story problem I with work; Page 2) repeated-subtraction problem drawing; Page 3) story problem II with work; Page 4) sharing problem drawing. Staple the pages together. Fold your pages in half lengthwise, as you normally do. Please put the name of BOTH students at the top right along with your section number. Do the following: I. Write a story problem using the repeated-subtraction concept of division. Show the division
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Unformatted text preview: work and the quotient. Using an entire sheet of copier paper, make an appropriate drawing for your problem that clearly shows the correct quotient. Label the word problem and the drawing Repeated-Subtraction. II. Write a story problem using the sharing concept of division. Show the division work and the quotient. Using an entire sheet of copier paper, make an appropriate drawing for your problem that clearly shows the correct quotient. Label the word problem and the drawing Sharing. For both of your examples, use 1 2 3 as the dividend. Use a fraction (not 1 2 ) as the divisor. Use one fraction for example I and a different fraction for example II. Write each problem so that the quotient is a mixed number....
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