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```									Fraction, Decimal, and Percent Representations:
Write fraction, decimal, and percent names for the shaded part.
1.                           2.                         3.

4.                                     5.

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces I

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The rectangle shown represents     of a whole.
4

a. Draw a rectangle representing the whole.
b. Draw a rectangle representing of the whole.

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II
The beans shown represent of the total beans on the kitchen counter.
How many total beans are there on the counter?

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II

Fraction Operations:
The Langstons planted a big garden with flowers to sell to florists .

c. Suppose the Langstons replace the daisies
and irises with lilies. What fraction of the
garden would be planted with lilies?

d. Use fractions to explain whether the
following sentence is correct or incorrect.
The plots used for growing marigolds and
petunias are equivalent to the plot used to
grow impatiens.

e. Use fractions to explain whether the
following sentence is correct or incorrect.
Marigolds - Begonias = Petunias + Tulips

f. Look at the original garden plan. Find
three different combinations of plots that
total the fraction of the garden planted with
impatiens. Write a number sentence for each
a. What fraction of the garden is planted            combination.
with each type of flower?
b. How much more of the garden is planted
with lilies than daisies?

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II
The Scoop Shop sells many types of nuts. Jayne asks for this mix:

1                1                   1
pound peanuts    pound hazelnuts     pound almonds
2                6                   3
3                 1
pound cashews     pound pecans
4                 4

a. Nuts cost \$5.00 per pound. What is Jayne’s bill?
b. What fraction of the mix does each kind of nut represent?
c. Diego does not like cashews, so he asks for Jayne’s mix without the cashews.
What is his bill?
d. Kalli is making small bowls of nuts for a party. Each bowl uses cup of nuts.
Kalli has        cups of nuts. How many bowls can she make?

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II

Greg takes      of a square pan of brownies that has only      of the pan left.

a. Draw a picture of how the brownie pan might look before and after
Greg takes the brownies.

b. What fraction of a whole pan does Greg take?

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II
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Aran has a fruit roll-up for a snack. He gives half of it to Jon. Jon then gives Kiona     of his part.
3
How much of the fruit roll-up does each person get?

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II

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The recipe calls for 1 cups of brown sugar.
4
1
If she makes 2     batches of cookies, how much brown sugar will she
2
need?

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II

Naylah plans to make small cheese pizzas to sell at a school fundraiser. She has nine bars of
cheese. How many pizzas can she make if each pizza needs the given amount of cheese?

1           1            1
1.      bar 2.      bar 3.       bar
3           4            5
1           1            1
4.      bar 5.      bar 6.       bar
6           7            8

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II
Ms. Li brings peanuts to be shared equally by members of groups winning each game. How
much of a pound of peanuts will each student get in the given situations?
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1. Four students share    pound of peanuts.
2
1
2. Three students share pound of peanuts.
4
1
3. Two students share pound of peanuts.
5

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II

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Rasheed takes a customer order for ribbon badges. It takes     yard to make a ribbon for a badge.
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How many ribbon badges can he make from the given amounts of ribbon? Describe what each
fractional part of an answer means.
1
1.   yard
2
3
2. yard
4
2                2  8
3. 2 yards (Remember 2 = )
3                3  3

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II

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Which of the following diagrams represents     ÷ 4?
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A.                               B.                   C.                          D.

Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II
a. How many slices of the pizza will have olives?
b. How many slices of the pizza will be plain?
c. What fraction of the pizza will have onions and green peppers?
Adapted from CM2, Bits and Pieces II

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