# How Many Groups? (part 1)

Topic:
Fractions
﻿4.1 Equal-sized Groups Write a multiplication equation and a division equation for each statement or diagram.

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1. Eight $5 bills are worth$40.

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2. There are 9 thirds in 3 ones.

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4.2 Reasoning with Pattern Blocks Use the pattern blocks in the applet to answer the questions If a hexagon represents 1 whole, what fraction do each of the following shapes represent?

1 triangle?

1 rhombus?

1 trapezoid?

4 triangles?

3 rhombuses? Enter your answer in simplest form.

2 hexagons? Enter your answer in simplest form.

1 hexagon and 1 trapezoid? Enter your answer as a mixed number. Be sure there is a space between the whole number and fraction.

Here are Elena's diagrams for and . Do you think these diagrams represent the equations? Explain your reasoning. ## Use pattern blocks to represent 2 x 3/2 = 3.

4.3 (Cool Down) Halves, Thirds and Sixths

## Answer the following questions. If you get stuck, use pattern blocks.

a. How manys are in ?

b. How many s are in ?

c. How many s are in ?