Station 6 Task B #2
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by Allie Voiselle
| 15 Questions
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Compare the following fractions using <,>, or = . 3/5 and 1/5
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Show your work for question 1 by using numberlines or tape diagrams.
3
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Explain your reasoning for question 1 using the "Reasoning Guide".
4
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Compare the following fractions using <,>, or =. 5/8 and 5/6
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Show your work for question 4 using numberlines or tape diagrams.
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Explain your reasoning for question 4 using the "Reasoning Guide".
7
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Compare the following fractions using <,>, or =. 3/4 and 7/8
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Show your work for question 7 using numberlines or tape diagrams.
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Explain your reasoning for question 7 using the "Reasoning Guide".
10
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Order the following fractions from greatest to least. 4/7 ,4/5, 4/9, and 4/6
4/6, 4/7, 4/5, 4/9
4/5, 4/6, 4/7, 4/9
4/7, 4/5, 4/9, 4/6
4/9, 4/7, 4/6, 4/5
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Show your work for question 10 using numberlines or tape diagrams.
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Explain your reasoning for question 10 by using the "Reasoning Guide".
13
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Order the following fractions from least to greatest. 2/3, 4/10, 2/4, 6/7
6/7, 2/3, 2/4, 4/10
2/3, 4/10, 2/4, 6/7
4/10, 2/4, 6/7, 2/3
4/10, 2/4, 2/3, 6/7
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Show your work for question 13 using numberlines or tape diagrams.
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Explain your reasoning for question 13 using the "Reasoning Guide".
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