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Give an example from your life experience (outside of school) where it was important to understand fractions.
Convert 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% to fractions. Do you notice a pattern? Explain what the pattern is.
Express the common fractions as decimal fractions. Express the answer to 4 decimal places. 28. 38
Explain how you locate the improper fraction 214 on a number line on which only the whole numbers from 0 through 10 are marked.
Express the mixed numbers in Exercises 17 and 18 as improper fractions. Then express the improper fractions as the equivalent fractions indicated. 17. a. 212=?8 b. 338=?16 c. 745=?15
Express 118and ?32as equivalent fractions.
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