13-3 Practice

- ⅙
- 3/6
- ⅓
- ⅓
- ⅓
- ⅕
- ¼
- Answers will vary
- ⅕
- They are both correct because 5/10= ½.
- ¼
- 4/9

13-3 Reteaching

Step 1 ⅞-⅜=4/8

- ⅓
- ⅗
- ⅜
- ⅓
- ¾
- ¼
- ⅖

Problem of the Day

In simplest form, Mrs. Roller has ¼ of a pound of pepperoni left.

13-4 Student Textbook

- ⅓
- 5/12
- ⅙
- ⅗
- You can add the difference to ¼ to see if the sum is ¾. First change ½ to 2/4.
- ¼
- ¼
- 3/7
- ⅔
- ⅖
- ⅔
- ⅓
- ½
- ¼
- 1/10
- ¼
- ½
- 7/11
- 3/7
- 5/9
- ⅓
- ¼
- ⅗
- ⅓
- 3/10
- ⅓
- ½
- 5/12 of the loaf of bread
- ¾ of the pizza; Subtract ⅞- ⅛ = 6/8. To find the simplest form, divide the numerator and denominator by 2. 6/8 divided by 2/2= ¾
- 32 Juice boxes
- 8 more juice boxes; 5 times 4= 20, 20-12= 8
- None of the sandwiches were left.
- ¾ of the energy
- C. $20
- 40 people
- ⅜ of the pan of cornbread

Problem of the Day

Mario left 3 slices, or 3/12 of the pizza, plain. 3/12 = 1/4