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B   Mr. Bill ate 0.4 part of pizza and his friend ate 0.40 part of the same pizza. Find the ratio between the parts they ate.
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B   The first model represents the quantity of the ice cream that Lindsay ate and the second model represents the quantity of the ice cream Sam ate. What do you infer from the models?
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B   Mr. Andrew and Mr. John reach the finish line in 15.5 seconds and 15.7 seconds in a swimming competition. Are the two decimals equivalent?   B View Solution
B   Sunny completed reading a book of 0.4 parts and Charles completed the same book of 0.40 parts. Who completed more?   B View Solution
B   Pick an appropriate non-equivalent decimal for 0.04.   B View Solution
B   Chris and Dennis spend the same amount of time studying for exams. If Chris spends 5.5 hours a day studying, then how many hours a day does Dennis spend studying?
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B   The heights of Matt's children are 4.9 ft and 4.90 ft. Are the two heights the same?
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B   Is 5.2 equivalent to 5.02?   B View Solution
B   The weights of two persons are 32.5 pounds and 32.50 pounds. Are the weights of the two persons the same?
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B   The models show the work completed by Sunny and Matt. Do they represent equivalent decimals?
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B   Which of the following is an equivalent decimal of 0.400?   B View Solution
B   Which of the following choices is not equivalent to 0.093?   B View Solution
B   Which of the following choices is not equivalent to 4.228?
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B   Mr. Mike ate 0.2 of a pastry and his friend ate 0.20 of the same pastry. Find the ratio between the parts of the pastry each of them ate.   B View Solution
B   Compare 0.80 and 0.8 using models.   B View Solution
B   What can be inferred from the models?   B View Solution
B   Mr. Ed ate 0.2 part of pizza and his friend ate 0.20 part of the same pizza. Find the ratio between the parts they ate.
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B   The first model represents the quantity of the ice cream that Laura ate and the second model represents the quantity of the ice cream Tommy ate. What do you infer from the models?
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B   Which of the following is an equivalent decimal of 0.1000?   B View Solution
B   Which of the following choices is not equivalent to 0.081?   B View Solution
B   Which of the following choices is not equivalent to 3.301?
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B   Pick an appropriate non-equivalent decimal for 0.05.   B View Solution
B   Josh and Matt spend the same amount of time studying for exams. If Josh spends 6.4 hours a day studying, then how many hours a day does Matt spend studying?
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B   Decimals can be compared using ________.   B View Solution
B   Find the equivalent decimals for the shaded areas in the models.
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B   Write the decimal equivalents for the shaded areas in the models.
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B   What can be inferred from the shaded areas in the models?
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B   What can be inferred from the shaded areas in the models?
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B   The heights of Josh's children are 4.7 ft and 4.70 ft. Are the two heights the same?
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B   Is 4.3 equivalent to 4.03?   B View Solution
B   The weights of two persons are 34.4 pounds and 34.40 pounds. Are the weights of the two persons the same?
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B   The models show the work completed by George and Charles. Do they represent equivalent decimals?
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B   Mr. Tony ate 0.2 of a pastry and his friend ate 0.20 of the same pastry. Find the ratio between the parts of the pastry each of them ate.   B View Solution
B   Mr. Sam and Mr. William reach the finish line in 15.2 seconds and 15.4 seconds in a swimming competition. Are the two decimals equivalent?   B View Solution
B   Sunny completed reading a book of 0.5 parts and Jeff completed the same book of 0.50 parts. Who completed more?   B View Solution