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# The Number System

Day 2
VAN SICLEN COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL
CLASS 602/603/604/605
OCTOBER 29, 2014
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Do Now 4 minutes
Rewrite as
multiplication, draw a
model, and solve:
A)
1
3
4

The ratio table below was made
using the ratio 3:5. What is the
missing number?

A) 8
B)0
C)18
D) 6
9 15
12 20
15 25
? 10
Homework Review
Lesson Overview
Last time, we learned more about
division.

We learned that fractions show
the numerator being divided by
the denominator (example
8
2
is 4
because 8 2 is 4.

We learned how to divided
fractions by a whole number using
a visual model.
Today, we will be dividing whole
numbers by fractions using visual
models. See if you notice a
difference!
Can we take a look at
our classmates work?
5 minutes
Measurement Division.
Measurement division questions tell us the original amount, and the
size of one part. We use measurement division to find the total
number of parts. For example: You know when a question is asking
for measurement division because it asks how many _______ are in
_______?

Example: How many
1
3
are in 2 wholes?

2 is the original amount. 3 is the part. How many of those parts are in
the whole?
1 2 3 4 5 6
There are 6 one-thirds in 2
wholes.
A different example
Mr. E used 9 cups of cherries to make cherry waffles. If this was
3
4
of the
original amount of cherries that he started with, what was the original
amount of cherries?

A) Is this question asking us to find how many three-fourths are in 9?
Lets Use a Model!
Mr. E used 9 cups of cherries to make cherry waffles. If this was
3
4
of
the original amount of cherries that he started with, what was the
original amount of cherries?

?
9 cups of cherries
How can we find the answer using this model?
What is the missing
number?
Lets Use a Model!
Mr. E used 9 cups of cherries to make cherry waffles. If this was
3
4
of
the original amount of cherries that he started with, what was the
original amount of cherries? There were originally 12 total cherries.

3
9 cups of cherries
How can we find the answer using this model? We can divide 9
by 3 to get the amount of cherries for each rectangle (3) and
then multiply by 4 because there are 4 rectangles.
What is the missing
number? 3
3 3
3
9 is
3
4
of 12.
Try it! 5 minutes
Mr. E is freezing 8 cups of cherries. If this is
2
3
of the total number of cherries he
bought, how many cups of cherries did he buy? Use a model to show your

Mr. Campbell is cutting tomatoes to make tomato soup. He has cut 10 tomatoes
so far. If the 10 tomatoes represent
5
8
of all the tomatoes that he needs to cut,
how many tomatoes need to be cut in all? Use a model to show your answer.

Homework Due October 30, 2014
Rewrite each problem as a multiplication question. Use a model to

A) Mr. E is typing up Christmas presents. He used 6 feet of ribbon. This
represents
3
8
of the total amount of ribbon he started with. How
much ribbon did Mr. E have at the start? Use a model to show your