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### We found 299 resources with the concept rational numbers

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#### Ordering Integers and Other Rational Numbers II

Individuals build on prior knowledge to order a set of rational numbers from least to greatest or greatest to least. As part of the lesson, they order rational numbers written in different forms.

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#### Ordering Integers and Other Rational Numbers

Scholars learn to order rational numbers in the seventh lesson in a series of 21. Reasoning about numbers on a number line allows for this ordering.

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#### Rational Numbers on the Number Line

Individuals learn how to plot rational numbers on the number line in the sixth lesson of a 21-part module. They identify appropriate units and determine opposites of rational numbers.

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#### Fractured Numbers

Don't use use a fraction of the resource — use it all! Scholars attempt a set of five problem-of-the-month challenges on fractions. Levels A and B focus on creating fractions and equivalent fractions, while Levels C, D, and E touch on...

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#### Diminishing Return

Challenge individuals to compete as many tasks as possible. Lower-level tasks have pupils apply costs and rates to solve problems. Upper-level tasks add algebraic reasoning and conditional probability to the tasks.

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#### Mid-Module Assessment Task: Grade 8 Module 7

Assess pupil understanding of rational and irrational numbers with a mid-module assessment that is the 15th lesson in the 25-part series. The questions represent the objectives in the first half of the series. Topics include decimal...

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#### Converting Repeating Decimals to Fractions

Develop a process with your classes for converting repeating decimals to fractions. Through this process, pupils understand that any repeating decimal can be written as a fraction. The 10th lesson in this 25-part module helps reinforce...

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#### Infinite Decimals

Can you support the argument that the decimal 0.99999 ... is equivalent to the number one? The seventh installment in this 25-part module gives convincing support for this conclusion. Pupils write infinite decimals using powers of 10....

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#### Writing, Evaluating, and Finding Equivalent Expressions with Rational Numbers

Groups write and evaluate expressions for various phone plans and scenarios to find which is the best deal. they then compare different approaches to writing expressions for the same scenario and discuss the concept of equivalent...

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#### Applying the Properties of Operations to Multiply and Divide Rational Numbers

Use properties to evaluate several multiplications and divisions. The 16th lesson in a series of 25 shows scholars how they can use properties of operations to help evaluate complex numerical expressions involving multiplication and...

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#### The Distance Between Two Rational Numbers

There has to be a better way than counting. Pupils find the distance on a number line between rational numbers by counting. Through a discussion, the class sees the connection between absolute value and the distance between two points....

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#### Mid-Module Assessment Task: Grade 7 Module 2

A seven-question assessment determines how well your learners understand the procedures to add, subtract, multiply, and divide signed rational numbers. Pupils show their understanding through problem-solving situations.

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#### Converting Rational Numbers to Decimals Using Long Division

Convert fractions that cannot be written with a denominator of a power of 10. Pupils use the definition of a fraction and long division to convert fractions to decimals, then find out that some divisions stop and others continue on and...

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#### Addition and Subtraction of Rational Numbers

Apply adding and subtracting integers to solving problems with rational numbers. Pupils use the rules for adding and subtracting integers to adding and subtracting rational numbers. Class members represent the problem with equations and...

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#### Efficiently Adding Integers and Other Rational Numbers

Develop the rules for adding rational numbers. Pupils continue to work with adding integers. Young mathematicians use their experiences to develop the rules for adding integers with like and unlike signs. They finish the lesson by...

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#### Decimal Expansions of Fractions, Part 2

Develop your pupils' understanding of fractions and their decimal equivalence using the 12th lesson in this series. Scholars learn an alternative to long division that results in converting fractions to decimals that emphasize fractional...

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#### The Decimal Expansion of Some Irrational Numbers

Develop a definition of irrational numbers through an exploration of square roots. The 11th lesson in this series of 25 asks scholars to estimate the value of a square root. Learners observe as the estimation extends further and further...

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#### Decimal Expansions of Fractions, Part 1

Is it possible to add infinitely long decimals? As pupils complete the examples in the ninth lesson of this 25-part series, they determine that adding these decimals cannot be done without error. Their task is then to determine the size...

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#### The Long Division Algorithm

Two methods are always better than one! The eighth installment in this series asks pupils to convert decimals to fractions using two approaches. Individuals first use the more traditional approach of long division and then use reverse...

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#### Finite and Infinite Decimals

Explore the patterns of fractions that produce finite and infinite decimals. The sixth lesson plan of the series asks learners to determine a similar feature of fractions that produce finite decimals. Using the patterns, pupils create...

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#### End-of-Module Assessment Task: Grade 7 Module 2

Learners show what it takes to operate with rational numbers with a five-question assessment that includes questions from simple operations with integers to solving two-step equations with rational coefficients.

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#### Investments—Performing Operations with Rational Numbers

Partners fill out a register to record transactions on a college investment account. They use the amounts listed to calculate the running and current balance of the account, providing experience in adding and subtracting rational numbers.

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#### Multiplication and Division of Rational Numbers

Partners create integer multiplication word problems and swap them to solve, followed by altering the problem to use rational numbers. By working with word problems involving multiplication and division of rational numbers, pupils...

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#### Understanding Subtraction of Integers and Other Rational Numbers

Subtraction is all about opposites and the fifth lesson in a series of 25 introduces the concept of subtracting integers. Pupils connect subtracting with discarding a card in the integer game. They develop the rule for subtracting...