|Fractions cut and copy 1|
|Exercise Name:||Fractions cut and copy 1|
|Math Missions:||Arithmetic essentials Math Mission|
|Types of Problems:||1|
The Fractions cut and copy 1 exercise appears under the Arithmetic essentials Math Mission. This exercise has a unique tool that allows users to better identify and understand the relationships among fractions.
Types of Problems
There is one type of problem in this exercise:
- Cut and create: This problem has a bar drawn that has a certain given length. The student is asked to cut this initial bar into pieces, and then tell how many of those pieces are needed to make a second bar of a requested length.
This exercise is easy to get accuracy badges because user can see the size of the bar and tell if it is the correct length or not. The speed badges are medium because clicking the button enough is sometimes tedious and needs a fast clicker.
- On these problems the denominators are the same. The recommended approach is to cut the bar into the numerator number of pieces (when written as an improper fraction if needed), and copy the numerator of the requested length many of times.
- Example, to change into , take the bar, cut it 17 times, paste it 11 times.
- Fractions, decimals, and percents are used in many sports such as basketball to determine how many field goals the player has made over how many they attempted.
- Fractions are used in real life in lots of different ways, but are commonly used in cooking, construction and science.