# fractions adventures

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Fractions Adventures. Fraction Masters 3 James, William, and Trey. 24/25. 3/4. 2/5. 24/25. Ninety- two hundredths. .92. 3/4. .75. Seventy- five hundredths. 2/5. .4. Four tenths. Part 1. - PowerPoint PPT PresentationTRANSCRIPT

Fractions Adventures

Fractions AdventuresFraction Masters 3James, William, and Trey24/25

3/4

2/5

24/252/5Four tenths.43/4Seventy- five hundredths.75Ninety- two hundredths.92Part 1 Once upon a time, there was three fractions. They wanted to ride a roller coaster. They couldnt order themselves from least to greatest and they didnt know how to warp themselves into decimals. Then they set off to the legendary teachers of science, reading, and math. The first teacher they met was the science teacher. The science teacher had told them about space and time travel, but not how to order themselves from least to greatest and how to warp into decimals.

Part 2Then, they had to go through the worst weather to reach the reading teacher. Finally, they reached the reading teacher. The reading teacher taught them how to read themselves correctly, but didnt tell how to order themselves from least to greatest and how to warp themselves into decimals.

Part 3Then they went to the math teacher. The math teacher told them how to order themselves from least to greatest. The order was 2/5, , 24/25. Then, they learned how to warp into decimals. First, 2/5 had to become an equilvent fraction which is 4/10. So, the decimal form was .4. Next, had to become an equilvent fraction which is 75/100. So, the decimal form is .75. Last, 24/25 had to become an equilvent fraction which is 96/100. So, the decimal form is .96. The endWhen, they went to the roller coaster, the operator said, Did you learn how to order yourselves from least to greatest and how to warp yourselves into fractions. They replied, Yes , we did. Then they explained how they did it. The operator told them that they can go on the roller coaster. They were happy.

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