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Put a point on the number line to show the location of

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  1. samanthagreer
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    |dw:1442341247379:dw|

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    @GuitarNerd2015

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Ok so first hing is to solve the fraction- multiply across - 2 x 2 and 3 x 4 what do you get?

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    *thing

  5. samanthagreer
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    4/12

  6. anonymous
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    Good! Now 4/12 is definitely greater than zero, but its only a fraction of a whole- meaning it isn't the whole number 1. Does that make sense? (I wanna make sure you understand this part before moving on)

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    yeah

  8. anonymous
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    K so I think it would be placed here on the number line...|dw:1442341548577:dw|

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    do you agree?

  10. samanthagreer
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    yeah

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