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Percent Lesson

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Percent-Fractions Lesson

Percent-Decimals Lesson

Percent Game

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Decimal

Another way to express a fractional part using powers of ten Decimal Places

Digits to the right of the decimal point Decimal Point

Symbol that separates the whole number from the fractional part Tenths

The first place right of the decimal point Hundredths

The second place right of the decimal point Thousandths

The third place right of the decimal point <

Less than >

Greater than =

Equal to Terminating Decimal

a decimal value that ends or terminates

example: 0.5, 3.44, 0.78 Repeating Decimal

a decimal value that repeats and continues on to infinity

example:

0.33 = 0.333333 continues on

0.4747=0.47474747 continues on Equivalent Fractions

Value of the fractions are the same Numerator

Top number in a fraction Denominator

Bottom number in a fraction Common Denominator

Denominators that are the same number Uncommon Denominator

Denominators that are not the same number Simplify Change fraction to its lowest terms Greatest Common Factor

The largest number that will divide into 2 or more numbers evenly Least Common Multiple

The smallest number that 2 or more numbers can be divided into evenly Convert

To change Improper Fraction

a fraction where the numerator is greater than the denominator Proper Fraction

a fraction where the numerator is less than the denominator Mixed Number

contains an integer, generally a whole number and a fractional part The Big One

The Big One: a fraction = to one whole, where the numerator and denominator are the same. Ex: 4/4, 5/5, 8/8.

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Percent Lesson

Simplifying Fractions Lesson

Percent-Fractions Lesson

Percent-Decimals Lesson

Percent Game

Percent Conversion Quiz

Vocabulary mouseover for definition

Decimal

Another way to express a fractional part using powers of ten Decimal Places

Digits to the right of the decimal point Decimal Point

Symbol that separates the whole number from the fractional part Tenths

The first place right of the decimal point Hundredths

The second place right of the decimal point Thousandths

The third place right of the decimal point <

Less than >

Greater than =

Equal to Terminating Decimal

a decimal value that ends or terminates

example: 0.5, 3.44, 0.78 Repeating Decimal

a decimal value that repeats and continues on to infinity

example:

0.33 = 0.333333 continues on

0.4747=0.47474747 continues on Equivalent Fractions

Value of the fractions are the same Numerator

Top number in a fraction Denominator

Bottom number in a fraction Common Denominator

Denominators that are the same number Uncommon Denominator

Denominators that are not the same number Simplify Change fraction to its lowest terms Greatest Common Factor

The largest number that will divide into 2 or more numbers evenly Least Common Multiple

The smallest number that 2 or more numbers can be divided into evenly Convert

To change Improper Fraction

a fraction where the numerator is greater than the denominator Proper Fraction

a fraction where the numerator is less than the denominator Mixed Number

contains an integer, generally a whole number and a fractional part The Big One

The Big One: a fraction = to one whole, where the numerator and denominator are the same. Ex: 4/4, 5/5, 8/8.

Percents are used everywhere. Percents are used to find discounts and sale prices. Stores are always having sales and items discounted. Percents can be converted to fractions and decimals. You can also find the percent of a number. If you own a business, you want to make a profit. Percents help you figure out how much you need to make to keep your business open and how much you need to pay your employees.

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Whether I am trying to figure out what percentage or fraction of someone's dollar belongs to me or how much is left over after I spend that money, I need to be able to understand the relationship between