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Tuesday 19th May

Yesterday you looked at simple fraction/decimal equivalence. Today you will convert more tricky fractions into decimals using division. This can appear quite tricky but once you get the hang of it, hopefully you will find it more simple. 

 

Today's lesson is also The National Oak Academy. The PDF contains instructions and the weblink is where you will find your work. Remember to watch the video carefully as it contains all of the information you will need in order to complete the activity. 

 

I have also included another video link in case you find the first one a little tricky. 

 

FOR QUESTION 2, YOU ONLY NEED TO CONVERT THE FRACTION INTO A DECIMAL AS THE WHOLE NUMBER WILL REMAIN THE SAME.

 

Click PDF below for today's instructions

Fractions to Decimals video

Corbettmaths - A video that shows how to change from a fraction to a decimal

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