4th grade math PARCC practice problem

This problem helps students think through converting improper fractions to mixed numbers, and placing mixed numbers on a number line.

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4th grade math PARCC practice problem

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This problem helps students think through converting improper fractions to mixed numbers, and placing mixed numbers on a number line.
Slide Content
1. Slide 1 - Parcc practice problem

• Fractions and mixed numbers
2. Slide 2 - Part a

• Ava created this number line to graph 3 / 2. Select the correct point on the number line to represent 3 / 2.
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• Mia created this number line to graph 15 / 6. Select the correct point on the number line to represent 15 / 6.
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• Ava created this number line to graph 3 / 2. Select the correct point on the number line to represent 3 / 2.
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• Mia created this number line to graph 15 / 6. Select the correct point on the number line to represent 15 / 6.
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4. Slide 4 - Part a

• Ava created this number line to graph 3 / 2. Select the correct point on the number line to represent 3 / 2.
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• Mia created this number line to graph 15 / 6. Select the correct point on the number line to represent 15 / 6.
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• Ava created this number line to graph 3 / 2. Select the correct point on the number line to represent 3 / 2.
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• Mia created this number line to graph 15 / 6. Select the correct point on the number line to represent 15 / 6.
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5. Slide 5 - Part b

• Is 3 / 2 greater than or less than 15 / 6 ? Explain how you know.
6. Slide 6 - Part b

• Is 3 / 2 greater than or less than 15 / 6 ? Explain how you know.
• 3 / 2. Is less than 15 / 6.
• I know because 3 / 2 is equal to 1 and 1 / 2 and 15 / 6 is equal to 2 and 1/ 2.
• 1 ½ < 2. ½ .
7. Slide 7 - Part c

• Write a fraction that is between 3 / 2 and 15 / 6. Explain how you know your fraction is between 3 / 2 and 15 / 6.
8. Slide 8 - Part c

• Write a fraction that is between 3 / 2 and 15 / 6. Explain how you know your fraction is between 3 / 2 and 15 / 6.
• 1 ¾ is between 1 ½ and 2 ½ . I know because if I convert ½ into fourths, it would equal 2/4. ¾ is more than 2/4. But there is a 1 in front of it, so it is less than 2 ½. I drew a picture to show my work.