HOW I CAN STUDY: OBJECTIVE: I will be able to use unit fractions
TOPIC 13 STUDY GUIDE
EXTENDING FRACTION CONCEPTS
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Test Date: ______________________
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HOW I CAN STUDY:
Complete this study guide (required) ____________
Participate in class and ask questions if you don’t understand
Review the notes, work, and content in your Math Notebook, classwork, and Student
Textbook pages 325-359. (optional)___________
Complete the Reteaching Review in your Student Textbook pages 356-357.
Complete the Study Island Assignments that correlate with this topic (all in the
Math Common Core section): Multiplying Fractions, Convert Fractions to Decimals,
Compare Decimals. (optional) _____________
Utilize the Pearson Realize online resources. (optional) ___________
OBJECTIVE: I will be able to use unit fractions and multiplication to describe
fractions. (Lesson 13-1)
1. Find the missing values for the multiplication equation using a unit fraction.
OBJECTIVE: I will be able to multiply fractions by whole numbers using models.
2. Write a multiplication equation with a whole number and a fraction that describes the
OBJECTIVE: I will be able to multiply fractions by whole numbers to solve problems.
3. Juan is making cookies. He uses ¾ cup of flour in each batch of cookies. He is making 6
batches of cookies. How much flour will he use?
OBJECTIVE: I will be able to relate decimals to fractions. (Lesson 13-4)
4. What is 1.47 written as a fraction or mixed number?
5. What is 0.63 written as a fraction?
6. What is ¼ written as a decimal?
OBJECTIVE: I will be able to locate and name fractions and decimals on a number
line. (Lesson 13-5)
7. Which number is best represented by point R on the number line?
8. Quinton’s frog leaped 2¾ feet on its first leap. Which point on the number line best
represents the point where the frog landed?
9. What fraction is best represented by point D on the number line?
OBJECTIVE: I will be able to write fractions as equivalent decimals. (Lesson 13-6)
10. Robert has 5 sports movies. Two out of 5, or 2/5, of his movies are about baseball.
What decimal represents 2/5?
11. Use the grid below.
a. What fraction is represented by the shaded area? _________
b. What decimal is represented by the shaded area? __________
OBJECTIVE: I will be able to read and write decimals through hundredths.
12. What decimal is shown in the grid below?
OBJECTIVE: I will be able to compare and order decimals. (Lesson 13-8)
13. Which shows the gymnastic scores in order from least to greatest?
9.72, 9.8, 9.78, 9.87
9.78, 9.72, 9.87, 9.8
9.78, 9.8, 9.72, 9.87
9.72, 9.78, 9.8, 9.87
14. Which statement is true?
A. 0.14 > 0.09
B. 0.14 < 0.09
C. 0.09 = 0.14
D. 0.09 > 0.14
OBJECTIVE: I will be able to use money to understand decimals. (Lesson 13-9)
15. What is the missing number?
$5.47 = 5 dollars + ____ dimes + 7 pennies
5.47 = 5 ones + ____ tenths + 7 hundredths
16. How could you use the least amount of $1 bills, dimes, and pennies to buy a ticket to
OBJECTIVE: I will be able to draw a picture to solve a problem involving decimals.
17. Louise is creating a 1-foot long comic strip. If she has marked 0.5 ft. on her paper,
what should she do to find 1 foot?
18. Angie drew a number line and labeled 0 and 1. To show 5/12, into how many parts
should she divide the distance between 0 to 1?