Warm‐Up: Who is Correct? Kobie shaded 3/8 of the flag black, as shown below. Cassie stated that 12% of the flag was shaded, and Kobie said that 37.5% of the flag was shaded. Who is correct? Explain your answer. Activity Master: Number Line 1 0.5 Activity Master: Number Line 0 Activity Master: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Cut each card out along lines. 1 set per group of students – 3 cards per set. 20.4% Set 1 Card 1 Set 1 Card 2 Set 1 Card 3 0.625 Set 2 Card 1 Set 2 Card 2 Set 2 Card 3 Activity Master: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Set 3 Card 1 Set 3 Card 2 Set 1 Card 3 Name: ______________________________________ Date:_________________ Fractions, Decimals, and Percents, Oh My! Complete the table below. CARD Fraction (in simplest form) Card 1 Card 2 Card 3 Decimal Percent 1. List the cards in order from least to greatest. 2. Which representation is the easiest to use to help you determine the order from least to greatest? Why? 3. It is estimated that Jimmy Johnson completed 83.5% of the laps in the 2004 Talladego Race. Which number is NOT equivalent to 83.5%? A. B. . C. 0.835 D. 8.35 Name: _______________________________________Date: ________________ Race Car Stat Tony Stewart was either the winner or the runner‐up in 3 out of the last 8 races in the series. The fraction 3/8 is found between which pair of fractions on a number line? and A. and B. and C. D. and Justify your answer choice and state why the other answer choices are incorrect. Name: ______________________________________Date:________________ Evaluate: Equivalent Rational Numbers 1. The fraction is found between which pair of fractions on the number line? A. and B. and and C. D. and 2. A specialty paint shop had 4 different race cars to complete. The shop completed , , , and of the A. B. C. D. work on each car. Which list shows the percent of the work completed on each car in order from greatest to least? 50%, 62.5%, 75%, 20% 75%, 62.5%, 50%, 20% 0.75%, 0.625%, 0.5%, 0.2% 20%, 50%, 62.5%, 75% 3. Tyler estimated that 48.2% of the crystals in his sugar project developed correctly. Which number is NOT equivalent to 48.2%? A. 4.82 B. 0.482 C. D. . 4. The table shows the driver and the portion of allowable gas each driver used in the race. Gas Usage Driver Portion of Allowable Gas Used Busch Johnson Burton Earnhardt 48.3% Harvick 48.2% Which of the following lists the racers in order from least to greatest portion of allowable gas used? A. Busch, Earnhardt, Harvick, Burton, Johnson B. Busch, Earnhardt, Burton, Harvick, Johnson C. Johnson, Burton, Harvick, Busch, Earnhardt D. Johnson, Burton, Harvick, Earnhardt, Busch

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