Lesson 7-3: A Fraction as a Multiple of a Unit Fraction
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Representing Unit Fractions - Did you use this activity?
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Understanding a Fraction a/b as a Multiple of 1/b - Did you use this activity?
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Multiple Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers - Did you use this activity?
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Math Boxes 7-3 - Did you use this activity?
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Readiness: Skip Counting by a Unit Fraction - Did you use this activity?
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Enrichment: Writing Missing-Groups Number Stories - Did you use this activity?
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Extra Practice: Using a Number Line to Find Multiple of Unit Fractions - Did you use this activity?
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