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1. Use a clock to explain how 1/3 and ΒΌ = 7/12
2. If a church had 2 pies and each was cut into sixths, and they sold 10 pieces. What percentage did they sell?
3. Why does 1/2 + 1/3 NOT equal 1/5?
4. a. How are fractions, decimals and percents alike?
b. Is it better to study them together or at separate times?
c. Why?
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1. Use a clock to explain how 1/3 and ΒΌ = 7/12
2. If a church had 2 pies and each was cut into sixths, and they sold 10 pieces. What percentage did they sell?
3. Why does 1/2 + 1/3 NOT equal 1/5?
4. a. How are fractions, decimals and percents alike?
b. Is it better to study them together or at separate times?
c. Why?