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Equivalent Fractions (3.NF.3B) - By Far East Software

00:01 Hi , everyone . We have already seen how toe
00:04 identify equivalent fractions using the number line in our previous
00:08 lesson , which was aligned to the common core standard
00:11 three dot n f or three a . In this
00:15 video , we will learn how to recognize equivalent fractions
00:18 using visual models . This tutorial is aligned with the
00:22 common core standards for math . Three NF three b
00:29 Suppose we had a chocolate bar and we divided into
00:33 eight equal parts as shown here . Therefore , each
00:37 part would represent the Fraction one by eight . Let
00:44 us take another chocolate bar on Divide this into 16
00:48 equal parts . We know that each part off this
00:51 part represents the Fraction one by 16 . Notice that
00:57 two parts off the bar that we divided into 16
01:00 parts is the same size as the bottom bar ,
01:03 which we divided into eight equal parts . This means
01:09 that the fraction to buy 16 is the same as
01:12 the Fraction one by eight . In Matt's , we
01:18 say that the two fractions are equivalent on . We
01:21 represent this fact by writing the two fractions on putting
01:24 an equal sign between the two fractions has shown here
01:29 , let us take another example this time we have
01:32 divided a circle into eight equal parts . Therefore ,
01:37 each part represents the Fraction one by eight . Now
01:41 let us take another circle . And this time we
01:43 divided into two equal parts . Therefore , each part
01:47 represents the Fraction one by two or half . We
01:52 can see that if we take four parts of the
01:54 circle on the right this is exactly the same size
01:58 as one part off the fraction off the circle on
02:01 the left . So we see that this fraction half
02:07 is equal toe the fraction for by eight . This
02:12 brings us to the end off this video where we
02:15 looked at how to identify which fractions are equal .
02:19 You should practice identifying equivalent fractions using the common core
02:23 workbook . This app is available from Google play as
02:27 well as Amazon Appstore . So head on down to
02:31 your respective app store and download the app . Thanks
02:34 for watching and see you again later .


Recognize and generate simple equivalent fractions, e.g., 1/2 = 2/4, 4/6 = 2/3. Explain why the fractions are equivalent, e.g., by using a visual fraction model.


Equivalent Fractions (3.NF.3B) is a free educational video by Far East Software.It helps students in grades 3 practice the following standards 3.NF.A.3B.

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