1/2 of 16--8

1/3 of 9--9

example:

A. 1/2=8/16

It does not matter which way you fill in the shape, just as long as there is a certain amount filled in to represent your fraction.

C(flags)

The flags were a bit more difficult but there is a technique to solving them:

!--Pictures coming soon--!

Just divide the rectangle into sections or try to fit together the filled-in shapes to determine how much of the flag is shaded.

Homework:

blue book--second page:

Tell what fraction the top line is of the bottom line

Numerator over Denominator--Part over whole--first # over second #

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Mr H,

I am having technical difficulties with the layout of my post. i will try to fix it tomorrow..

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