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Fractions and Decimals

# Fractions and Decimals

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Chapter 7 Performance Assessment
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The table shows the heights, in inches, of 8 students inMs. Chang’s class.
Height of 8 Students in Inches1.
List the heights in order from least to greatest. Who is thetallest? Who is the shortest?
2.
Explain how you could compare the heights of 50
18
inchesand 50
14
inches without finding a common denominator.Do the same for 56
18
inches and 56
34
inches.
3.
Change each height to decimal form. Write your answers inthe table above.
4.
List the decimal forms of the heights in order from least togreatest. Is it easier to order the numbers in fraction formor decimal form? Explain.
5.
Plot a point for each of the four greatest heights on thenumber line below. Label each point with the fraction anddecimal forms of the height.
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SusanMorganRickyJamieGeorgeAmySarahTre
52
38
50
18
56
18
54
78
52
14
56
12
50
14
56
34
Chapter 7 Performance Assessment

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