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## Unit 7: Lesson 1

## Equivalent fractions with models

- Equivalent fractions on number lines
- Visualizing equivalent fractions review
- Equivalent fractions
- More on equivalent fractions
- Equivalent fractions and different wholes
- Comparing fractions of different wholes

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## Video transcript

- Number Charts
- Multiplication
- Long division
- Basic operations
- Telling time
- Place value
- Roman numerals
- Fractions & related
- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions
- Mixed numbers vs. fractions
- Equivalent fractions
- Prime factorization & factors
- Fraction Calculator
- Decimals & Percent
- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals
- Fractions to decimals
- Percents to decimals
- Percentage of a number
- Percent word problems
- Classify triangles
- Classify quadrilaterals
- Circle worksheets
- Area & perimeter of rectangles
- Area of triangles & polygons
- Coordinate grid, including moves & reflections
- Volume & surface area
- Pre-algebra
- Square Roots
- Order of operations
- Scientific notation
- Proportions
- Ratio word problems
- Write expressions
- Evaluate expressions
- Simplify expressions
- Linear equations
- Linear inequalities
- Graphing & slope
- Equation calculator
- Equation editor
- Elementary Math Games
- Addition and subtraction
- Math facts practice
- The four operations
- Factoring and number theory
- Geometry topics
- Middle/High School
- Statistics & Graphs
- Probability
- Trigonometry
- Logic and proof
- For all levels
- Favorite math puzzles
- Favorite challenging puzzles
- Math in real world
- Problem solving & projects
- For gifted children
- Math history
- Math games and fun websites
- Interactive math tutorials
- Math help & online tutoring
- Assessment, review & test prep
- Online math curricula

## Equivalent fractions without visual models

- Two fractions are given with 2 empty pie images to color in (e.g. 3/5 = 6/10).
- There are 2 pie images that are already colored; the student writes both fractions.
- Two pie images are given, one colored in, one not; the student writes both fractions.
- There are 2 pie images to color, one fraction is given, one not (e.g. 4/5 = / )
- Problems without any visual model; the student writes the missing numerator or denominator in one of the fractions (e.g. 2/3 = /12).

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Equivalent fraction models (practice) | Khan Academy 3rd grade Unit 6: Lesson 3 Equivalent fractions Equivalent fractions with visuals Equivalent fraction models Equivalent fraction models Equivalent fraction visually Creating equivalent fractions Equivalent fractions on the number line Equivalent fractions

To change 3 into 6, you have to multiply 3 by 2. Now, if you multiply that by 2, you also have to multiply the numerator of 1/3, so then, it becomes 2/6. So basically, it takes 2 1/6 fractions to become equivalent to 1/3. Hopefully that made a little bit of sense. 1 comment.

With this worksheet generator, you can make worksheets for equivalent fractions. The worksheet can include problems with visual models (pie images) or not. There are five problem types to choose from: Two fractions are given with 2 empty pie images to color in (e.g. 3/5 = 6/10). There are 2 pie images that are already colored; the student ...