3rd Grade Math: Fractions 3rd Quarter
Terms in this set (29)
names part of a whole or part of a group, (a number in the form a/a or a/b)
is the top number of a fraction, names a PART of the whole
is the bottom number of a fraction, tells how many equal parts are in the WHOLE
a polygon is divided into the same parts, all parts are the same
divided into TWO equal parts
divided into THREE equal parts
divided into FOUR equal parts
1/2 (one half)
two equal parts
1/3 (one third)
three equal parts
1/4 (one fourth)
four equal parts
two or more fractions that are equal, they name the same amount, example 1/2 is equivalent to 2/4
3/3, 6/6, 4/4, 2/2, 8/8 All of the parts are included.
colored in, set apart by being a darker color
to look at two or more fractions and see how they are related, (greater than >, less than <, or equal to
numbers in order shown as points on a line
rectangles used to show and compare fractions
not equal in amount (or value)
more than half
a section that has more than 1/2 shaded. Examples: 3/4, 2/3
The distance between two values or points.
The parts you get when you divide something into six equal parts.
The parts you get when you divide something into eight equal parts.
1/8 (one eighth)
eight equal parts
six equal parts